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Outlook 2007 Printing issue

Posted on 2011-03-03
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Hello,


We are running Office 2007 Pro on Windows 7. The problem is that when a user tries to print an email from outlook that has multiple pages or tries to print multiple one page emails the first page comes out as intended and all other pages come out with The Header normal size and the body of the message is so small it can not be read.


I have tried everything I can think of including checking options in Internet Explorer 8.


Any troubleshooting steps or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Under File> Print Setup>Define Print Style> and then select the memo style and click on reset.
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