Google Calendar, like most calendar tools, has four basic views: month, week, day, and agenda. The agenda view shows all events in a chronological list. The web-based version of Google Calendar also has a print view that allows you to print whichever view you're using. Use this in case you'd like a dead-tree version of the calendar. Sometimes I'll print a backup copy of my schedule before business conventions, in case my phone and laptop batteries get drained.

NOTE: If you prefer, you can have Google e-mail a daily agenda. Click "Manage calendars" at the bottom left of the web page, and then click Notifications. There's a box labeled "Choose how you would like to be notified." If you check "Daily agenda," you'll receive a daily e-mail with agenda items from that calendar. Be sure to click the "Save" button.

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