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    Print Page macro wanted for Outlook 2007

    I want to create or copy a macro to simply print the first page of any open e.mail. I can't find a ready made command to do this so thought I could use the VBA code from the macro to perform this function that I had recorded in word. I just can't find a way of saving it in Outlook so that I can refer to it and create a button.

    Any help gratefully received.

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    Macros

    I had found that page and it's very helpful about how to make the button but it assumes you have a macro and that's the bit I can't sort out.
    The macro I made to Print Page in Word does not appear in the list of macros in Outlook and neither can I create a macro. I have tried doing this by copying and pasting the code, in a VBA window labelled Immediate, but there is no facility to save the code when in Outlook.

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    Do you have the Developer tab enabled in Outlook? http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb608625.aspx

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    rom the developer tab, you can add a new macro. Just choose Macros, then start typing a new name and choose the Create button.

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