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  1. #1
    Rocky
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    Print subject lines of folder

    Does anyone know how I can ask Outlook Express 5.0 to print the subject lines of a particular email folder?

    I know how to highlight all of them at once, and when I then checked print in the drop-down box of a right click on the bunch, the printer started printing all of the messages.

    I want only the subject lines.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Rocky

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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    are they copyable? doesn't seem to be... too bad.. you could copy and paste into notepad.

    (this does work in outlook BTW)

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    ileacy
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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    Tried that in O2K MJ.
    Did not seem to work.

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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    outlook express or outlook?

    I copied this from outlook's inbox....

    From Subject Received
    Ward, Richard RE: Retrieving email while Outlook is closed Wed 2/14/2001 11:38 AM
    mcgilvra@littongcs.com Convert mail item to task... Wed 2/14/2001 11:35 AM


    but it appears that express's is not copyable.

  5. #5
    ileacy
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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    Got it this time. I was testing from Outlook.

    Finally figured out that I had to use Edit|Copy from menu and then Paste it directly into NoteTab. Was initially trying to drop it onto a note.

    Tx, and good luck.

  6. #6
    ileacy
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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    And you are correct. OE only gives you Edit|Copy to Folder.

  7. #7
    Rocky
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    Re: Print subject lines of folder

    Thanks Mary and Ian. I appreciate your help.

    Again, I see a good reason to convert to Outlook. Unfortunately, I've not taken the leap and converted from Outlook Express.

    Gotta take the plunge some day.

    Rocky

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