How to print particular page in outlook-2007 email?

we are using outlook 2007, I want print 2nd page in a email, but page range option is not available in outlook 2007. when i click print, it print all pages. i want print only 1st or 2nd page. how can i print particular(2nd or 3rd) page. this option is available in outlook 2003.
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I wondered the same thing but I don't think it's directly possible. You can do it indirectly by printing to a PDF printer, then opening the PDF and printing the page range you want.
mahmood66Author Commented:
give me easy way..this is 3 process.
You can't always get what you ask for...

However, this should shed some light:

Basically, install Office 2007 SP2 or do one of the 3 methods mentioned there.
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Outlook 2003 used Word as the renderer for both text and HTML/RTF messages. For that reason, as you can in word, you can select any page to print.

Outlook 2007, lucky us, uses Word ONLY for HTML/RTF messages and uses its own "internal" plain text engine to render text files.

So for the same reason you can't paginate print jobs in Notepad, you can't do that in plain text print jobs for Outlook 2007.

Workarounds ---

1) Copy/paste into Word and print
2) Print to PDF then print
3) Copy/paste into a new HTML email


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mahmood66Author Commented:
Sure thing, but for future reference - from EE help page:

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