Outlook email - printing emails

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jryan

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Suddenly, when I try to print the body of an email in outlook, I am instead printing a list of the emails in the inbox.
Any ideas?
 

JenniferLore

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There are 2 ways to print emails in outlook.
TABLE STYLE
MEMO STYLE

Table style will print a list of all the emails in the current folder
Memo style will print the body of the current email.

File->print

The selections will appear when you click print - you should select memo style.
 

jryan

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Something is wrong with my Outlook settings for printing the body of the email. The print defaults to table style, which only prints the list of emails in the current folder. Clicking on 'memo' style, I lose the ability to change printers, number of copies, etc. The choices 'gray out'. Now, 2 commands to print an email have created a que of 2 docs to print - but they're not printing, just sitting in cue. Does this make any sense?
 

jryan

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Can no longer print the body of an email.
The print mode defaults to 'table' style (which only prints a list of emails in the inbox.) I need to print the body of an email. But when I switch to 'memo' mode, the choices gray out - no choice of printer, or # of copies, etc. The print mode also defaults to the wrong printer - not my main default printer.
Any ideas as to which setting is wrong in this process?
 
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