You can print attachments in Microsoft Outlook 2010 without opening them. You can print attachments from an open email message or from the Reading Pane. If a message has multiple attachments, you can also print one or all attachments.
To print an attachment from an open message or the Reading Pane, do the following:
- Click the attachment icon below the message header, and then on the Attachments tab, in the Actions group, click Quick Print.
To print attachments when you print a message, first make sure that the Print attached files option is selected. After this setting is turned on, it remains on until you turn it off.
- In the message list, click the message that has attachments that you want to print.
- Click the File tab.
- Click Print.
- Under Printer, click Print Options.
- In the Print dialog box, under Print Options, select the Print attached files check box.
Note Attachments print only to the default printer. For example, if printer A is the default, and you choose to print a message that has an attachment on printer B, the message prints on printer B, but the attachment prints on printer A. If you want to send the attachment to a specific printer, double-click the attachment to open it, and then in the program that opens the attachment, use the print command.
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