Print email and calendars in Outlook.com

You can print email messages or print calendars—with or without a detailed agenda—in Outlook.com.

Which version of Outlook.com are you using?

The instructions are slightly different depending on whether you're using the Outlook.com beta. Choose which version you're using to see the instructions that apply to you.

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A screenshot of the top left corner of the Outlook.com beta mailbox

See Instructions for the Outlook.com beta.

A screenshot of the top left corner of the classic Outlook.com mailbox

See Instructions for classic Outlook.com.

Instructions for the Outlook.com beta

  1. Select the message that you want to print.

  2. At the top of the page, select More actions > Print.

    A screenshot shows the Print option selected for an email message.

  3. A preview of your message will open in a new window. At the top of the window, select Print.

  4. In the Print dialog box, choose the printer options you want, and select Print.

To print email attachments, you can download and save the attachments to your local computer or OneDrive and then open them with the appropriate program. For example, you can open and print .doc files from Word, and you can open and print .pdf files from Adobe Reader.

  1. Open the message that contains the attachment you want to print.

  2. Below the attachment, select Download.

    A screenshot of the Download button

  3. After the file has downloaded, open it with the appropriate program and choose the option to print. For example, open a .doc file in Word and then print.

Instructions for classic Outlook.com

  1. Select the message that you want to print.

  2. At the top of the page, select More actions > Print.

    A screenshot of the More actions menu with the cursor over the Print button

  3. A preview of your message will open in a new window. At the top of the window, select Print.

  4. In the Print dialog box, choose the printer options you want, and select Print.

You can print a calendar view—or an agenda—in Outlook.com.

  1. Select Calendar at the bottom of the page.

    A screenshot of the Calendar button

  2. Choose the Day, Work week, Week, or Month view in the upper-right corner of the window.

  3. At the top of the page, select Print.

    A screenshot of the Print button

  4. A preview of your calendar will open in a new window. Choose the view, layout, and date range you want to print, and select Print. If you want details about the items on your calendar, such as meeting attendees, select the Print detailed agenda and calendar check box. Select Print.

  5. In the Print dialog box, choose the options you want, and then select Print.

To print email attachments, you can download and save the attachments to your local computer or OneDrive and then open them with the appropriate program. For example, you can open and print .doc files from Word, and you can open and print .pdf files from Adobe Reader.

  1. Open the message that contains the attachment you want to print.

  2. Below the attachment, select Download.

    A screenshot of the Download button

  3. After the file has downloaded, open it with the appropriate program and choose the option to print. For example, open a .doc file in Word and then print.

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See Also

Using the calendar in Outlook.com

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