After you've opened the message you want to print, open the File menu and choose Print.
Select a printer, a print style, the number of copies you want to print, and any other print options.
Click OK. The message is printed.
Suppose someone e-mails you directions to a party. Fortunately, you can use Outlook to print the message containing the directions; that way, you can take them with you.
If you don't need to change any of the print options, you can bypass the Print dialog box by clicking the Print button on the message window's toolbar or by pressing Ctrl+P, the Print shortcut key. You can also print from the Inbox by clicking the message you want to print and then clicking the Print button in the Outlook window's main toolbar.