Office professional 2003 - Outlook

  Angry Kid 21:26 20 Aug 2007

Good evening,

Is anyone able to offer any tips/advice with regard to my query?

A colleague at work is concerned at the amount of paper used to print out emails etc (Lawyers Office).

His main concern is that when someone wishes to print out a reply or an update to an email, it prints the original email, plus all the recent one received. This is then added to the file and is repetition aswell as unnecessary use of paper. I appreciate that the text can be highlighted and then 'print selection' can be selected to only print the updates/reply etc. However, this has to be a concious decision.

Is there any tip/tweak that can be applied that will only print the most recent email?

Any views would be appreciated.


Angry ;)

  VoG II 22:17 20 Aug 2007

Tools > Options > E-mail Options > Change 'include original message text' and make a lot of parrots happy.

  Angry Kid 11:08 31 Aug 2007


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