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Outlook 2007 printer menue comes up very slow.

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When printing an e-mail from Outlook 2007 it takes a long time for the printer selection box to appear. In MS Word 2007 printer dialog box works fine.
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hi jimclausen,
Maybe this can help you> http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2007/slow.htm
 
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