Bill, a visitor to this blog, asked if I knew of a way to print an email without printing the header (i.e. From, Sent, To, and Subject) at the top of the message. In Bill’s words
However, it sure seems like there should be some ways out there to print the email body only (with no header) directly from Outlook. Not sure why no one has worked a method for that.
I’m not aware of a built-in way to do this, so I created a way. The macro below prints the current message without the header. It does this by copying the message body into a blank Internet Explorer window, then calling IE’s built-in print command. The output goes to the default printer, so Bill will need to make sure he has the right printer set as default before invoking the macro.