I have issue with print preview HTML messages  in outlook 2003

drogi
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hi all

I have issue with print preview HTML messages  in outlook 2003.
using ie7 and that apply to all profiles on pc

XP sp3
outlook 2003
ie7

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Top Expert 2012

Commented:
SO whats the issue?

Author

Commented:
dont have print preview in html emails
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This seems to be working as designed:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/222320

"When you print an HTML formatted message using the Memo print style, you may not be able to select the options for number of copies, number of pages, collate copies, print preview, or select printer name. "Start each item on a new page," Page Setup, and Define Styles may also be unavailable. Messages formatted as Rich Text or Plain Text allow you to change these print settings. "

You are advised to upgrade to Outlook 2007
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file was missing regetree
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Printing
DWORD: Force RTF Printing
Data Value: 1


fixed now

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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for drogi's comment #37870785

for the following reason:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software<wbr />\Microsoft<wbr />\Office\11<wbr />.0\Outlook<wbr />\Printing<br />DWORD: Force RTF Printing<br />Data Value: 1
deroodeSystems Administrator

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Force RTF Printing will get you a preview, but you cannot print HTML then anymore... All your prints will be converted to RTF...
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deroodeSystems Administrator

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ditto: Accept http:#37870422 (my own...)

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