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You can print an entire email message in Outlook by opening the message and then selecting File > Print.

If you only want to print a single page or subset of pages, you can do that using the Print Options dialog box.

Important: Because of the numerous printers available, we're unable to provide troubleshooting information for specific printing issues such as the printer not responding, clearing the print queue, or cases where Outlook isn't able to find your printer. For troubleshooting information, see your printer's manual or manufacturer's website.  

Print a specific page of a message

In any version of Outlook, you can print all the odd-numbered pages or even-numbered pages from the Number of pages option under Copies in the Print Options dialog box.

Print selected pages

  1. In the open message, select File > Print > Print Options.

    You can print only specific pages of an email message.

    Note: If you're using Outlook 2010 with a network printer, the Print window may appear behind other application windows.

  2. Select the printing options you need. For an in-depth description of these options, see Print items in Outlook.

  3. Under Page Range, click or enter the specific page or pages that you want to print.

    Tip: To see how your message will look printed out, click Preview first. If you do not want to print the entire message or list, this will help you determine which individual pages to print.

  4. Click Print.

Print a section of a message

  1. In the open message, on the Message tab, in the Move group, click Actions>Other Actions, and then click View in Browser.

    Choose View in Browser.

    If you see a security message, click OK to continue.

  2. In the message, choose the section that you want to print. Select the text or other part of the message directly in the browser window, not in the Print Preview window.

  3. On the browser toolbar, click the arrow next to the Print button, and then click Print.

  4. Under Page Range, click Selection, and then click Print.

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