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Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

(OP)
As the subject says.  I have all kinds of appts scheduled but when I print the calendar I get a nicely formatted empty page.  It's a calendar, but nothing in it.

I'm not the I.T. guy, just an end user.  I.T. guy is overworked and hasn't helped yet.  Help!

thanks

blackmail

RE: Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

(OP)
Hey!

Is this a hard problem?  I thought someone would say, "Hey dummy, you just do this"...and then solve all my problems!  But, so far nothing.  Any ideas at all?

please...

blackmail

RE: Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

You need to get you client version updated. I think you need at least 5.2 SP4 to solve all the calendar printing problems. I'd go for 5.5.
Check with your IT guy if this is possible, but don't bug him to much. I'm also an overworked IT guy and have great sympathy with him!

John

RE: Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

The service pack John referred to will fix your printing issue.

RE: Groupwise 5..1 prints Empty Calendar

(OP)
Thanks guys.

I'll pass it on to our IT guy.

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