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    Print email without header information (Outlook 2003)

    Does anyone have a solution for this problem? I've seen posts, but they either relate to Outlook 2000 or for a user who is not using an exchange server for their contacts, calendar etc. as well.

    Problem - When I print an email with the memo style, it automatically puts on my name a header at the top. I need to have my name removed. I don't want to have to open the emails in Word as this would be quite time consuming since this is something I have to do all the time.

    Thanks for any assistance.

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    Re: Print email without header information (Outloo

    I believe that this feature is "by design". Among other things, it may be to discourage the possibility of people printing out "bogus" messages. HTh
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    Re: Print email without header information (Outloo

    You can substitute other text at the top. There was a thread on this in the past couple of months by someone who wanted to print someone else's messages. The trick is to change your name, the one that appears on outgoing messages, in the account settings. Then close and re-open Outlook. Outlook should now print the new "name" at the top. I haven't tried it with an Exchange account, but it worked when I tried it with a POP3 account.

    Remember not to send any messages while you have your fake identity keyed in. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

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