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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I use Outlook 2007.  I need to send a copy of my email as a document.  How do I export the email as a pdf or Word 2007 document, and is it possible to include all the headers, etc so that they can validate the origin of the email.
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I can convert the email to an xps file.

If Microsoft XPS Document Writer is installed:

Make sure that Microsoft XPS Document Writer is your default printer

Then

right-click on the email and click print

this will save the file as a .xps file

you are then able to open  this file and view it.


Or  download PDF complete and set as default printer and click print; this will save as a PDF file.
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in response to comfortjeanius, I have Microsoft XpS printer installed.  I set it as the default, closed my outlook and reopened it again.  I selected the msg and opened it , then  when I right click, I do not see a print option.  I only see : Copy,  Who is, synoynms, Translate, View source.  
it looks like I am doing something wrong, but I cannot figure it out.   Hope u can please let me know what I am doing wrong.  Thank u.
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Try opening the email message and click print it should have a dropdown list for installed printers, if the Microsoft Xps printer is already selected then just click print.

Right-clicking allows you to print select more than one email to print.
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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thank u for your response.  well done
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sorry I clicked on the wrong response.
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