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Taking Away the Header When Email prints

I have a pre-filled form that is sent to an email, which is then grabbed from outlook 2007, and then is automatically printed. I want to be able to remove the header above the printed email, that says:

From: ...
Sent: ...
To: ...
Subject: ...
Attachments: ...

I want to make that printed form look like a real membership contract ready to be signed, that is pre-filled, and without that header. Any ideas on how to do this? Thanks
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jcbodyworks
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WodCommented:
Remove headers when printing e-mail messages

Outlook provides several ways to print individual messages without headers. You can:

    * Copy the body of the message into a blank Microsoft Word, Microsoft WordPad, or Microsoft Notepad file, and then print it from there. (I assume you know how to do this, so while I provide steps for the other two options below, I don't provide steps for this one.)
    * Save a message in a file format that you can open in Word, remove the unwanted headers, and then print.
    * Remove one or more fields from the message form in Outlook.


They are not very good solutions, but I think they are the only ones, beside switching to a different email client.

see http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA010872971033.aspx for more detailed instructions.
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jcbodyworksAuthor Commented:
i lowered the font to 1 on both the "title" and "fields" fields. Now, when I print the emails, I only get a small sized header which looks like it could be some fancy scanning code for the printed contract. Talk about some good improv here, hehe. Any other ideas would help. Thanks.
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