Printing just became simpler with our Print On Demand add-in. Easily
print just your selected emails, just the attachments, or both the emails and their attachments, without having to open the emails or their attachments.
Best of all, it prints them in order - no more having to fumble around trying to figure out which papers go with which emails.
Print On Demand has always had a "Print Email" and a "Print Attachments" toolbar button in your main Outlook window. But now in the newest release, there's also a "Print Both" button added to allow you to select multiple emails and then print both emails and their attachments, in order.
In addition, internal print routines for PDF files have been vastly improved, and we now use our internal routines as the default for printing. This means we no longer have the need to drive Adobe Acrobat® or Adobe Reader®, and no longer run the risk of Outlook hanging because Acrobat or Reader are waiting for user input.
Features and Benefits
Features of the Print On Demand add in include:
Installs three new buttons in your main Microsoft® Outlook® toolbar:
Print just the email without the attachment
Print just the attachment(s) without the email
Print both the selected emails and their attachments, in order
All printed emails optionally include the attachment information
New! Word docs now automatically suppress the track changes prompt, so there's no interruption while printing
New! PDF docs now are handled by our internal routines instead of requiring that Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat be installed
Integrates directly into Outlook
Coded to avoid the Outlook security prompts
Works with Microsoft Outlook 2010 (both 64-bit and 32-bit), Outlook 2007, Outlook 2003, Outlook 2002 and Outlook 2000
Also works with, but does not require, Microsoft® Exchange public folders
How does it work? There are two ways it works.
The first way is
you highlight several emails (from your main Outlook window) then click on one of the three toolbar buttons (Print Email,
Print Attachments, or Print Both). Once you click on one the buttons, printing starts. These
buttons act just like your original print button (which is still there just in case you need it), except that they
print multiple emails in order (which Outlook will sometimes not do).
The second way the add-in helps you work is when you open an individual email. It puts up three toolbar buttons in this case
as well, and they do the same as when you are in your main Outlook window. It couldn't be simpler to quickly print emails and attachments.
Important: Are you trying to print to PDF?
If you plan on using this add-in in conjunction with a PDF printer driver with the ultimate end being to create a PDF file of your emails and attachments,
then you might want to take a look at our new Save As PDF Outlook add-in. This add-in will save your
emails and/or attachments directly to PDF format without the need for a PDF printer driver. While this add-in will do what you're looking for, it just might be simpler to use the Save As PDF add-in.
Added support for Windows 7, Outlook 2010 64-bit and Outlook 2010 32-bit.
Corrected the Hothelp text displayed when viewing the temporary attachment folder. Also fixed an error when saving the email and there are inadequate permissions to do so.
Fixed a bug that caused HTML based email content to issue a warning about downloading the entire message first.
Implemented built-in print routines to handle PDF attachments (as an option) for those who experience trouble printing PDF files with Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat.
"Fixed a problem printing certain HTML attachments, and fixed a problem where the buttons didn't start in the correct state, especially if the opening folder was ""Personal Folders"" (both buttons were enabled - but they should not have been). ."
Enhanced the method of printing PDF files, and added a user-configurable delay to cause the printing spooler to print the documents in the correct order. Also added the ability to print email messages that are attachments on email messages.
Improved the help engine.
Upgraded to work with the newest version of the Microsoft® runtimes (Visual Studio® Service Pack 6).
"Fixed to display the type of item on the button instead of the drab ""Print Items"", it says ""Print Email"", or ""Print Contact"", etc."
"Changed handling of PDF attachments for better flow. Also added warning about the ""Print Attachments when this email is printed"" flag."
Changed to work better with Inter-Tel attachments
Expanded functionality from just email to all Outlook items, including contacts and public folder items
Improved help system including HotHelp, which are instructions that appear when you need them most
Created a new Outlook toolbar for easier add-in configuration
Upgraded to work with multiple Outlook profiles on the same machine
Added the ability to clip the number of email addresses shown (to avoid wasting paper)
Fixed a bug that caused HTML emails to list the attachments in one long line
Corrected a bug that prevented the toolbar buttons from showing up when using a PDA
Corrected a problem with multiple images within a single TIF file, and partial or incomplete TIF files
"Enabled buttons when working with Exchange public folders that hold ""post"" items"
Multiple attachments with the same name, or multiple emails having the similarly named attachments will now print properly
Fixed bug that caused attachments to be printed twice under certain circumstances
"Corrected misspelling in the button (was ""Print Emal"")"
Added Outlook toolbar buttons to allow users to print straight from the main Outlook window (allowing multi selects)
Updated to allow you to select multiple emails and print just the emails or just the attachments without even opening the email
Upgraded to handle faxes directly
Updated to allow Outlook to exit normally after closing
Fixed problem that caused Print On Demand to complain when using Outlook notes
Corrected bug that caused crash if Outlook was automated
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