MSN MESSENGER HISTORY

IS THERE A WAY TO GO INTO THE HISTORY OF MY CHATS IN MESSENGER SO I COULD PRINT THEM OUT?
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sunray_2003Commented:
Go to tools --> options --> messages in MSN messenger

Enable the last option "Automatically keep a history of my conversations"

and also select the directory path where you want to store

Then go to that place after a conversation and print it out

Sunray
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EXCALIBER912Author Commented:
THERE IS NO OPTION FOR THAT IN OPTIONS
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cpete14Commented:
In version 6.1 of MSN Messenger it is under Tools > Options and then you must click on the Messages tab. The feature you are looking for is at the bottom of that screen. I believe you must be signed in in order to change the "Message History" status.
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