Many people keep track of their daily meetings and appointments in Outlook. Although Outlook is a great tool for managing daily meetings, especially with all the reminders Outlook can send you, there are a few downsides to consider.
For example, when you arrive at the office each morning, you need to wait until your computer and Outlook starts before you can see what meetings you have scheduled throughout the day. What happens if you do not have access to Outlook? You will also not have access to your list of meetings and appointments.
A simple way to overcome such downsides is to print a hard copy of your meetings and appointments for the following day. A hard copy is handy to refer to in the morning or as you go from meeting to meeting throughout the day.
If you use Outlook to keep track of your meetings and appointments, you can easily print them. To print appointments and meetings in Outlook 2003:
- On the File menu, click Print and then in the Print style box, click the print style you want. To print the details of appointments and meetings, in the Print Style box, click Calendar Details Style.
- In the Start list and the End list, enter the first day and the last day to print.
- To set other print options, such as the paper orientation or the fonts used, click Page Setup, and then select the options that you want.
- To print the details of private appointments, clear the Hide Details of private appointments check box.
- To print non-adjacent days, change to Week or Month view, select the days you want to print.