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How to print a calendar in a specified/custom date range in Outlook?

Normally, when printing a calendar in Month view in Outlook, it will automatically select the month containing the currently selected date. But, you may need to print the calendar within a custom date range, such as 3 months, half of year, etc. This article will introduce the solution for you:

Print a calendar in a specified/custom date range in Outlook

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Please follow below steps to print a calendar in a custom date range in Outlook.

1. In the Calendar view, select the calendar you will print, and click File > Print > Print Options. See screenshot:

2. In the popping out Print dialog box, go to the Print range section at the bottom, type the start date of the custom date range into the Start box, type the end date into the End box, and click the Preview button. See screenshot:

3. Specify the printer and print style as you need, and click the Print button.

So far, you have printed the selected calendar in your specified date range in Outlook.


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    Dave · 2 years ago
    Can I print less than a full month, e.g. 4 weeks only so that all the events on our busy calendar will show up?