Outlook 2007 – Printing ‘tasks’ with calendar

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I have permissions to several calendars that I print their next day's appointments for them to carry with them throughout the day. In Outlook 2003 I was able to print their tasks as well. In Outlook 2007 that area is grayed out (in the 'page setup' part of the print window). I am able to print 'tasks' from my own calendar, but not anyone else’s. I've been given Editor permissions in the delegates area, plus permissions by their right mouse clicking on their 'tasks' and giving me access. How can I print their "Daily Task List' with their calendar?

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Maybe you have to get your boss and other people to make you a delegate to their Tasks.
TOOLS…OPTIONS…Delegates….under the Permissions.

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  • Helenkap
    I need to print to-do list showing all the tasks and details from each individual task. it this possible to do? i've tried 'calendar printing assistant" from ms but again, it only prints the subject or title of each task, but not the details of each task. pls helP!!!
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