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Outlook 2003 cannot print HTML messages

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I cannot print emails in HTML format from Outlook 2003.  no messages appear.  nothing happens.  all other printing works just fine.
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Chad Haney earned 2000 total points
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If it is all html emails you are experiencing this error with it is most likely a registry issue or a corrupted temp file issue.  First off try the easy part of clearing your temp files.


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