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Getting rid of name at the top of an email

Posted on 2007-08-03
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In Outlook 2003, when an email is viewed or printed, at the top of the page it lists the name of the person who sent the email. Is there any way to get rid of the name at the top of the page?
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Question by:contrain
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by:kzabbott
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Print Setup
Header/Footer
[User Name] <----Delete
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Actually, Page Setup (not Print Setup...not enough coffee yet!!)
Define Print Styles
Edit (both Table and Memo style, in turn)
Header/Footer tab
[User Name] <----Delete
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I was able to find it in the Table style and delete it. Thanks, works like a charm.
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