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Old 07-31-2022, 06:19 AM
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Hello everyone,



My spoken language is not English and I hope that my words have been chosen by Google Translate carefully and with due respect.

Windows 10 64bit Office 2019
I would like to print an A4 size calendar where each page will include only one day.
Usually, I have to print a month ahead.
I don't know exactly in which software this can be done (Word, Excel, etc.), and I haven't found a calendar template that can meet the requirements.
I think the Outlook calendar could work, but I don't know how to do it.


The requirements are:
1. Each day will be printed on a separate page.
2. The page will include the holidays (if any).
3. It will be possible to enlarge the font size.
4. It will be possible to choose a date range for printing.

Also, it would be nice if I could add a header to the printed page.
I have attached an example file

Many thanks to all readers and responders
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Old 08-03-2022, 01:29 PM
AlanCantor AlanCantor is offline Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Windows 10 Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Office 2019
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Outlook can print out a calendar that is close to what you want.


1. Go to the Outlook Calendar.

2. Choose "Print"

3. Choose "Daily Style"

Then activate the "Define styles..." button, and find options for hiding or showing certain information. For example, you can "Edit..." the view to NOT include the "Notes" section.

I think you'll also find an option for choosing the "A4" page size.


Holidays will appear on the printed calendar if you have added them to the Outlook calendar.
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Old 08-03-2022, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by AlanCantor View Post
Outlook can print out a calendar that is close to what you want.


1. Go to the Outlook Calendar.

2. Choose "Print"

3. Choose "Daily Style"

Then activate the "Define styles..." button, and find options for hiding or showing certain information. For example, you can "Edit..." the view to NOT include the "Notes" section.

I think you'll also find an option for choosing the "A4" page size.


Holidays will appear on the printed calendar if you have added them to the Outlook calendar.
Thank you very much for the answer.

My knowledge of the Outlook calendar is close to zero.

I will try to do what you suggested and come back with the result.
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Old 08-07-2022, 03:18 AM
Rafi Rafi is offline Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Windows 7 64bit Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Office 2016
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AlanCantor View Post
Outlook can print out a calendar that is close to what you want.


1. Go to the Outlook Calendar.

2. Choose "Print"

3. Choose "Daily Style"

Then activate the "Define styles..." button, and find options for hiding or showing certain information. For example, you can "Edit..." the view to NOT include the "Notes" section.

I think you'll also find an option for choosing the "A4" page size.


Holidays will appear on the printed calendar if you have added them to the Outlook calendar.

Here is the result, it turned out just perfect!
Thank you very much for all the kind help.
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Old 09-20-2022, 08:57 AM
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I just discovered Outlook can add holidays automatically to the calendar:


File > Options > Calendar > Add Holidays...


From the drop-down list, choose holidays by country and by religion (Christian, Jewish, Shia, Sunni).
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Old 09-22-2022, 07:37 AM
Rafi Rafi is offline Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Windows 7 64bit Printable daily calendar, including holidays and header Office 2016
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Originally Posted by AlanCantor View Post
I just discovered Outlook can add holidays automatically to the calendar:


File > Options > Calendar > Add Holidays...


From the drop-down list, choose holidays by country and by religion (Christian, Jewish, Shia, Sunni).

I did as you said, this is a good addition for printing (until now we have added it manually...).
Thank you very much!
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