changing default memo print style

Posted on 2006-05-25
Last Modified: 2010-05-18
Good morning,
I have users that have a need to be able to print and email and not have their name appear at the top of the memo.  When I try to change the default memo print style there don't appear to be any options available other than font.  Is there any way to make this change?
Question by:OneFineDay
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi OneFineDay,

    None that I know of.  The simplest solution would be to copy the body and paste it into Word or Notepad and print from there.  


    Author Comment

    not what I was hoping for but what I expected!!  We did find a separate printing tool that may fit the bill but I'm not sure they are going to like the per seat cost.

    thank you again for your help.  have a great day.

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