old recurring appointments printing in Calendar Printing Assistant


V

VCW

Calendar Printing Assistant is picking up old recurring appointments - things
that had a terminal date months ago. These appointments are not visible in my
regular Outlook calendar. Does anyone know how to prevent these outdated
recurring appointments from printing on future months?

They can be see whether I choose a Daily, Weekly or Monthly view in Calendar
Printing Assistant.
 
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D

Diane Poremsky [MVP]

if you look at your calendar using a view such as By Category, can you find
these events?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



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V

VCW

I can see them if I look at all Recurring Appointments, and I can see that
the Recurrence Range End dates are in the past (e.g., 5/19/09, 8/20/09,
6/1/09. etc.). And there are a large number of terminated Recurring
Appointments that are not showing up. The ones that are showing up seem
mainly to have terminated since May.

I don't use categories, so view By Category isn't useful.


Diane Poremsky said:
if you look at your calendar using a view such as By Category, can you find
these events?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

VCW said:
Calendar Printing Assistant is picking up old recurring appointments -
things
that had a terminal date months ago. These appointments are not visible in
my
regular Outlook calendar. Does anyone know how to prevent these outdated
recurring appointments from printing on future months?

They can be see whether I choose a Daily, Weekly or Monthly view in
Calendar
Printing Assistant.
 
E

Eric

I am also having this problem. Old recurring appointments are showing up in
the printing assistant even though the recurrence ended months ago. I also
have a few one time appointments from the past that are showing up in
printing assistant for the upcoming week even though they are not on the
calendar since they are from months ago.

VCW said:
I can see them if I look at all Recurring Appointments, and I can see that
the Recurrence Range End dates are in the past (e.g., 5/19/09, 8/20/09,
6/1/09. etc.). And there are a large number of terminated Recurring
Appointments that are not showing up. The ones that are showing up seem
mainly to have terminated since May.

I don't use categories, so view By Category isn't useful.


Diane Poremsky said:
if you look at your calendar using a view such as By Category, can you find
these events?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

VCW said:
Calendar Printing Assistant is picking up old recurring appointments -
things
that had a terminal date months ago. These appointments are not visible in
my
regular Outlook calendar. Does anyone know how to prevent these outdated
recurring appointments from printing on future months?

They can be see whether I choose a Daily, Weekly or Monthly view in
Calendar
Printing Assistant.
 
E

Eric

I am also having this problem. Old recurring appointments are showing up in
the printing assistant even though the recurrence ended months ago. I also
have a few one time appointments from the past that are showing up in
printing assistant for the upcoming week even though they are not on the
calendar since they are from months ago.

Again i can see them in outlook if i look at all Recurring Appointments but
they have all ended in the past.

VCW said:
I can see them if I look at all Recurring Appointments, and I can see that
the Recurrence Range End dates are in the past (e.g., 5/19/09, 8/20/09,
6/1/09. etc.). And there are a large number of terminated Recurring
Appointments that are not showing up. The ones that are showing up seem
mainly to have terminated since May.

I don't use categories, so view By Category isn't useful.


Diane Poremsky said:
if you look at your calendar using a view such as By Category, can you find
these events?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

VCW said:
Calendar Printing Assistant is picking up old recurring appointments -
things
that had a terminal date months ago. These appointments are not visible in
my
regular Outlook calendar. Does anyone know how to prevent these outdated
recurring appointments from printing on future months?

They can be see whether I choose a Daily, Weekly or Monthly view in
Calendar
Printing Assistant.
 
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jw4ucla

Has this issue been resolved? I would like to print calendars through CPA,
but I can't since it shows incorrect appointments (some are expired recurring
appointments and some current recurring appointments are not displayed).
--
Joni


VCW said:
I can see them if I look at all Recurring Appointments, and I can see that
the Recurrence Range End dates are in the past (e.g., 5/19/09, 8/20/09,
6/1/09. etc.). And there are a large number of terminated Recurring
Appointments that are not showing up. The ones that are showing up seem
mainly to have terminated since May.

I don't use categories, so view By Category isn't useful.


Diane Poremsky said:
if you look at your calendar using a view such as By Category, can you find
these events?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]



Outlook Tips by email:
mailto:[email protected]

EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
mailto:[email protected]

VCW said:
Calendar Printing Assistant is picking up old recurring appointments -
things
that had a terminal date months ago. These appointments are not visible in
my
regular Outlook calendar. Does anyone know how to prevent these outdated
recurring appointments from printing on future months?

They can be see whether I choose a Daily, Weekly or Monthly view in
Calendar
Printing Assistant.
 
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