In Outlook, users can print email documents from the context menu of an email or directly from OneNote. They can print to an electronic or cloud printer, PDF, or both. They can also select other options, such as the size and quality of the print. Using the print options in Outlook, users can choose which document should be printed. Below are some tips for printing email documents from Outlook. Read on to learn more about the different ways you can print emails from Outlook.
First, use the search function to find your customers. Once you have a customer list, use common search criteria to find them. Enter the customer's name, bill cycle, state, and zip code to narrow down your search. Next, click the Process documents button. A list of documents will appear. After completing the process, select the print or email option to print each document. Once you're satisfied with the results, save your documents.
If you have large image files, you can use the Print option in Mail to print those as well. Email to Print automatically assumes that your documents are Letter or A4 size, and if your document contains larger images, they'll need to be rotated or scaled before printing. The result will be a document that looks like a PDF. You can easily change the print settings by changing the keyword in the subject line. You can also change the size of text and graphics in the Fonts and Colors pane.