Outlook - only print most recent thread in message

Is there any way that I can only print the most recent thread in a message rather than printing out the whole contents of the email?
I know I can print an individual page but this isn't what I'm looking for.
Using MS Outlook 2007.
itwexAsked:
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Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
when you print the email, by default it is selected to print all pages.

in the two options of "Page Range"  select the second one which says Pages then type  1-1 and you are all set
itwexAuthor Commented:
That will print the first page but if two messages fit onto a page, I get both.
I just want the most recent message to print.
Professor JMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
in that case then you need to print on selection and that i not possible from within Outlook. you need to view it in HTML and then print command then select "Selection" instead of Page number

please see this article

so for outlook2007

In the open message, on the Message tab, in the Actions group, click Other Actions, and then click View in Browser. then If you see a security message, click OK to continue. then In the message, select the section that you want to print. Select the text or other part of the message directly in the browser window, not in the Print Preview window. then
On the browser toolbar, click the arrow next to the Print button, and then click Print and select "Selection"

Under Page Range, click Selection, and then click Print.

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itwexAuthor Commented:
I'd prefer if what I'm looking for was available in Outlook but as it isn't this is the best work-around.
Thanks for you help!
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