Sometimes, you may want to print Outlook emails without the recipients, no matter To, CC, or BCC recipients. In this article, we’ll exhibit 2 methods to print emails without the recipient information in quick time.
In some cases, for example, the email contains too many recipients which occupy much space in the message header or you wish to only print the message body, you may desire to print the email without the recipient information. However, by default, Outlook has no native support for us to remove the recipient info in Print Options. Thus we have to look for other means. Read on to get 2 quick methods.
Method 1: Print in Browser
- In the first place, select the email and double click to open it in Message window.
- Then find and click on “Actions” button in “Move” group. From the drop down list, select “View in Browser”.
- Subsequently, you will receive an Outlook alert. You can choose “OK” directly.
- After that, this email will be opened in your default Internet Browser. Here I use Internet Explorer as an instance. As shown in the following screenshot, all the info in message header, including sender, subject, and recipients, etc., has been removed entirely. Now you can hit the gear icon in the upper right corner and choose “Print” > “Print” to print it out.
By this means, you cannot complete printing simply in Outlook. Also, every time when you want to print without recipients, you have to firstly open the message in browser. Thus if you want to print multiple emails in such conditions, it will be very troublesome.
Method 2: Print via Outlook VBA
- In the first place, press “Alt + F11” key buttons to access “Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications” window.
- Then open a new module by selecting “Insert” > “Module”.
- Next in the new module, you should copy and paste the following VBA codes.
Sub PrintEmailWithoutRecipientInfo() Dim obApp As Application Dim olSel As Selection Dim obj As Object Dim olItem As Object Set obApp = Outlook.Application Set olSel = obApp.ActiveExplorer.Selection For Each obj In olSel If obj.Class = olMail Then Set olItem = obj With olItem .To = "" .CC = "" .BCC = "" .PrintOut .Close olDiscard End With End If Next Set obApp = Nothing Set olSel = Nothing Set obj = Nothing Set olItem = Nothing End Sub
- After that, exit the “Visual Basic” window and proceed to add the macro to Quick Access Toolbar, like the following image.
- Finally, you can get back to your mail list.
- Firstly, find and pitch on the email to be printed.
- And then click the “macro” button in the Quick Access Toolbar.
- Lastly, the selected email will be printed out without recipient info through the default printer in Outlook.
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