Blueprint for Outlook (Basic Edition) review

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Despite utopian promises of paperless offices, there’s little sign of less paper being used up and down the country. The printer market isn’t exactly stagnating, either. And, with the average office spending hundreds of pounds a year on consumables and media, these are the tools you need to bring those costs under control.

Blueprint for Outlook (Basic Edition) review

Printing from Outlook has never been straightforward, but 2007 makes life particularly difficult, lacking the ability to print just a single page or selected text from a message. Blueprint Basic Edition is a cheap and cheerful fix, providing the ability to select precisely which parts of emails you want to print while retaining the message header detail. You can also print chosen attachments with a single click. A preview feature ensures you don’t waste paper and, as Blueprint manages Outlook’s standard printing controls, integration is seamless. At just £9, it’s a clear winner.

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