Outlook Printing

Posted on 2007-10-01
Last Modified: 2008-06-05
We are having another problem with Outlook.  When I highlight multiple email then rigth click and select print, then do not print any order or sorted.  There doesn't seem to be any consistency or logic to the order it prints.
This is happening on multiple workstations tried using Win 2K, XP Pro - all using Outlook 2003.  Using HP 4350 DTN printers.

Any help would be appreciated.

Question by:bjsupport

    Expert Comment

    What is it that you are trying to do?
    If you are trying to print out mail items in any logical order, they will be printed out in the order in which they are stored on the server end, as best as I understand, which is possibly why you cannot find any order to the printout.
    Your best bet would be to print them out individually, or change e-mail clients.

    Author Comment

    I'm trying to print by date.  This is the way I have it sorted.
    I Highlight say 5 emails, right click and select print and they print out of order.
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    Accepted Solution

    Outlook does not give you the option to organize the order in which they print.  

    However, take a look at the following, it gives a solution to this same problem through creating a macro in Outlook:


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