Starting the week on Monday is the cause of this new printing bug.
An Outlook 2010 user wanted to print a calendar using the options to print exactly one month per page and to print only the weekdays (Monday – Friday) but with September 2012, the printout included only the first 3 weeks – the last week is missing.
I tested it with other years and with other versions of Outlook and sure enough, one month each year prints as 3 weeks and one month prints 6 weeks, including the first 10 days or so of the next month.
This bug affects Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010.
Calendar options is configured to use Monday as the start of the week
Configure calendar print options: exactly one month per page.
- One month will be a week short, with the printout ending on or about the 21th of the month.
- One month (occasionally 2 months) will be 6 weeks long and include a full week of the net month.
When the first day of the month is on Saturday or Sunday and the month ends on Sunday, only three weeks are included in the printout. I’m not sure what causes the print-out to be 6 weeks long.
Until a hotfix is released, set the calendar to start on Sunday and the calendar will print as expected.