Print specific page of a message in Microsoft Outlook 2010 on Windows PC
Did you know that you could directly print particular pages of an e-mail received in your Microsoft Outlook 2010 inbox? Yes, even if your mail runs to several pages and only a few pages in that mail are relevant to you, you do not have to print the entire mail to complete the task. This e-mail application allows you the flexibility to specify particular pages, which you can print without having to bother about the whole. This can actually help you save time and money, particularly because you will not waste the ink and the paper while printing the useless portions of the mail. Interesting, isn’t it?
The easy step solution to the above issue is as:
- Open Microsoft Outlook 2010 and then select the e-mail message you wish to print.
- Click on the ‘File’ tab and select ‘Print’.
- Under Printer, click on the drop down arrow and then select the printer you want to use.
- Click on the ‘Print Options’ button.
- Choose the number of pages from the drop down and then choose the number of copies you want to print.
- When you are finished with it, click ‘Print’.
By following just the above mentioned six steps, you can easily print specific parts of a mail. Will that not save your time and efforts? Sure it will. And now to better comprehend the above steps and to enjoy a quick recap of the same, watch this solution video provided below, particularly if you are using a Windows Vista-based PC.
And all you Windows XP users can watch a relevant solution video by clicking here.