So, outlook printed diary inserts…
I was having issues with my vertical W2P and decided to try having Outlook print out my diary inserts for me.
Not liking how the appointment layout results in many empty gaps and lack of non-working hour space, I choose the “Weekly Agenda Style” in Outlook 2010.
I used them in conjunction with my vertical W2P just to see how they compared side by side.
- There’s no “empty gap” issue that you get with appointment based layout
- Since I’m printing directly from my work outlook account, I don’t need to copy my work appointments again
- Outlook would organise and list the appointment by time for me.
But I didn’t like them.
I don’t know why.
It could be because I got used to the appointment-based layout.
With the outlook pages I can’t see, visually, the length of meetings I need to attend or the amount of time I have in between meetings.
I also don’t like how lifeless the page looks; there’s no emphasis placed on particular appointments by a slightly larger font or the last minute meeting denoted by cramped handwriting squished between two neatly written meetings. It’s so sterile.
The Outlook pages didn’t even last two weeks (and that’s only because I printed out two weeks to try out)
So back to the drawing board it is…
(Next entry will be on one of the free diary insert templates available from Philofaxy)