This is a collection of print tools for the Microsoft Outlook Calendar.
In order to use the Word templates you will need to change macro security in Word's File, Options, Trust Center, Macro Security... to Low then close Word and reopen it. Approve the macro dialog when you load the template.
In Word 2007, macro settings are in Office icon (former File menu location), Word Options, Trust Center link on left, Trust Center Settings button on bottom.)
Even though the information on templates state they are for older versions of Outlook, these templates will work with all newer versions of Outlook and Word, including 2013 and 2016. In Outlook 2016, you may be limited to printing your default calendar.
A version of the Word template that does not read Outlook calendars is here and it works in Word 2016. It's useful if you just want to print multiple months of a calendar at once (and eventually, I might make it work with Outlook again.)
Tip: The Calendar Printing Assistant adds a menu to the Start menu, not to Outlook's menus. Look for it under Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Tools.
See Printing Calendars with Color Categories if your calendars are not printing in color.
The Calendar Printing Assistant allows you to print and customize your calendar information. It includes many often-requested printing options, including multiple calendars in one view and customizations such as fonts, colors and images. It includes ready to use templates. Additional templates are available from Microsoft: Templates for Calendar Printing Assistant For Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 (32-bit).
Messageware OWA Print provides OWA users the ability to see and print their daily/weekly/monthly calendars and schedules, their delegates' schedules, and their contacts in multiple layouts and styles. OWA Print determines the best layout based on the view chosen for printing, including automatic rotation for portrait and landscape output. With OWA Print, OWA Light users are also able to print emails, appointments, calendars, contacts, and meetings, functionality not otherwise available natively.
Customizable Word template for generating Outlook weekly and monthly calendars. Print any Outlook calendar that you have access to, including calendars from other users' mailboxes and Public Folders. Add color coding by category or by type of item (one-day event, multiple-day event, etc.) Specify time and date formats and the title for the calendar. Slower than Microsoft's Outlook Calendar Template, but it does much more and follows progress in the status bar. See Using and Editing My Outlook Calendar Template for customization tips.
Enhanced Word template for printing, viewing and web publishing monthly calendars from Outlook data. Based on Microsoft's Outlook Calendar Template. Includes category-based color-coding, better performance.
Printable customized PDF calendar directly from outlook. - Print multiple calendars as overlay or side by side. - Year, Week or Daily view. - Select timeframe and categories to print. - Yearly calendar with company name
PrintableCal is an add-in for Microsoft Excel and Word that enables the automated creation of printable calendars from a wide variety of sources, including Microsoft Outlook, Exchange, Google Calendar, Yahoo! Calendar, Toodledo, VueMinder, iCalendar (ics) files/URLs, iCloud, and more. PrintableCal provides many calendar templates in a variety of layouts, such as yearly, monthly, weekly, Gantt chart, and agenda. The templates support word-wrap and can dynamically adjust their size based on the number of events.
Convert Outlook Calendar to native Excel and Word format for custom printing and editing. WinCalendar is an Addin for both Excel and Word that allows you to easily import Outlook data. Supported layouts include: Filterable Table, Monthly Calendar, Weekly Calendar, Schedule, Gantt Chart and Agenda.
VBScript sample for a yearly planner style calendar. It reads your default Outlook calendar and creates a HTML calendar. Displays all your Outlook appointments (longer than 0 minutes) for a number of months (you choose which) on one page. Formats include 1 month per column, 1 month per row, or 7 days. Supports up to 12 months.