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Outlook 2010, need to preview XLS attachment and header simultaneously

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We have just upgraded from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. We used to be able to print our sent email with XLS attachment preview and header for proof that we sent an XLS document. The print out would include TO: From: Date: Time: and a preview of the attachment.  I've been trying to get this to work in Outlook 2010 and I can't get it to work. I CAN preview the attachment (XLSX) file but it doesn't include the header info.  If I can at least get the preview and the header info on one page of the sent email, I can hit the print screen button and using screen capture software I can print the screen but I can't get all that info on one screen.  Please help.  Thanks!
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Can you share a screenshot :)
What if you open the email and then click on attachment and then preview and then hit print from the email itself ?

- Rancy
"Merry Christmas and Happy New Year"
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Thanks for the response.  I ended up finding a way around it.  I would export the data to Onenote and then be able to print to PDF from there with the XLS doc preview and the email header as well.

Happy New Year!
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