Printing Outlook Messages

Posted on 2002-04-01
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Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Is it possible to print an Outlook message without the username printing at the top of the page.

I want to continue printing the preview header, but not the username.
Question by:dresdena1

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starl earned 200 total points
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ID: 6916658
I left the message up for a few days hoping for a different answer! Hah!

Oh well,
Thanks very much!

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