Outlook 2010 prints in labeler format and won't change

When printing an email, Outlook prints only a sliver of the whole email conversation. It prints 26 pages when it should be about 2. The default printer is a regular printer, the dymo labeler addin is deactivated. I am not sure what else to check.
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1.  I would start with un-installing the print driver.
2.  Reboot the computer.
3.  Reinstall the Print Drivers.

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LBLCOAuthor Commented:
I have done now. I just finished. Even without the dymo program at all it still does the same thing.
Can run outlook in safe mode and print see what happens:

1. Press Ctrl when opening Outlook


2. Run command "Outlook.exe /safe"

LBLCOAuthor Commented:
Thank you I will check that out and get back
LBLCOAuthor Commented:
This was the solution but I had to disable a few plug ins to make it work properly. Thanks!
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