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Printing emails with replies - remove lines on left?

Posted on 2004-08-03
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In the latest Outlook 2004, we've found when we print out emails with replies in them, Outlook will print a vertical line on the left of the reply... all the way down the page.

This gets rather annoying when we have had say 8 replies, a lt of the page is taken up with these lines.

Is there a way to change the way outlook prints emails?

Thanks,

Paul.
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Paul,

Did you mean in outlook 2003 ?

Have you tried to check for settings in table style or memo style after giving file --> print ?

SR
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My apologies. Outlook 2003 yes.

I have had a fiddle around and havent been able to find anything, perhaps someone else knows how?

Cheers,

Paul.
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Could be corruption of your profile in outlook.. Try recreating the profile to see if that would help

SR
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Thanks! The settings are in there :)

Paul.
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