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Bypassing Printer Properties in OE6

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by JLeslie, Apr 23, 2004.

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  1. JLeslie

    JLeslie Thread Starter

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    Ok.. My boss claims his computer use to do this?

    He said he never had to click on the OK in the printer properties box when printing emails.

    He claims that his email just printed to the default printer?

    Anyone have any ideas.. I can't find any settings that come into play?

    Thanks
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Its not possible for us to comment if this should work in your bosses case, since you do not mention which email program is used, and under which operating system.

    Every different email application has different abilities and features.

    Mine always works in that manner.
    I use Eudora for email, under Windows XP.
     
  3. JLeslie

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    Sorry...

    In the title I had OE6 - Outlook Express 6...

    However I did not mention... He on Win98..

    Thanks and sorry for not being more clear..

    Jeff
     
  4. kiwiguy

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    Sorry, never spotted that in the header.

    I can only say it must be possible, given that researching the problem shows people with the opposite issue where it prints immediately and they want the dialog box instead.

    No solution could be found in my search however.

    In Eudora its very simple, you have a choice of printing methods.

    Its possible that the option resides within Windows itself however, and it is so long ago that I last used 98, I cannot recall.
     
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