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How to print multiple copies of an email with collating in Outlook?

For example you need to print 4 copies of a long email which contains 3 pages in Outlook, it will print 4 copies of Page 1 firstly, next 4 copies of Page 2, and finally 4 copies of Page 3 by default as below screenshot shown. After printing, you must collate the printouts manually. Here, this article will introduce a way to print multiple copies of an email with collating automatically.

Print multiple copies of an email with collating in Outlook

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As you know, when printing an email in Outlook, it will print out both of email header and email body as what you view in the Message window or Reading Pane. What's more, it usually adds your username above the message header. Here, I want to introduce the excellent Advanced Print feature of Kutools for Outlook, which enables you to print an email' message body only without the message header and username, and remaining the background image in Outlook. See screenshot:

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Please follow below steps to print multiple copies of an email with collating automatically in Outlook.

1. In the Mail view, select the email you will print multiple copies with collating, and click File > Print.

2. Now go ahead to select a Printer from the Printer drop down list, select the Memo Style option in the Settings section, and then click the Print Options button. See screenshot:

3. Now the Print dialog box is opening. Please go to the Copies section, type the number of copies you will print in the Number of copies box, and check the Collate copies option. See screenshot:

4. Please click the Print button to print the email directly.


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  • Reply (All) With All Attachments in the mail conversation; Reply Many Emails in seconds; Auto Add Greeting when reply; Add Date into subject...
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