Unable to Screen Preview or Print results of Advanced Find

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In Outlook '03, I saved several searches using Advanced Find, [

Ctrl+Sh+F]Search for words = Hol, on Advanced tab: Start on or after [say]

Jan 2009, subject phrase matches RB. This finds all dates in 2009 when RB

[=me] am on Holiday. I saved this Search in: File, save & could use it again

later. I have upgraded to Outlook 2007, & now I am unable to run any of my

Saved searches. If I create a new one, I can run it, & it produces the

results but it does not let me print it as it does not count the No of Items

which have been found & so possibly it doesn't think any items have been

found. I used to be able to print/preview my search results, but no longer.

Can this bug be fixed?
 

Diane Poremsky

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Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
Saved searches will not be fixed - they disabled it for security reasons.

Print was broken and may or may not be fixed in a future update. Try select

all, copy and paste (use paste special, as text) into a message, post, or

new word document. Then print.



"rblatch" <rblatch> wrote in message

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> In Outlook '03, I saved several searches using Advanced Find, [
> Ctrl+Sh+F]Search for words = Hol, on Advanced tab: Start on or after [say]
> Jan 2009, subject phrase matches RB. This finds all dates in 2009 when RB
> [=me] am on Holiday. I saved this Search in: File, save & could use it
> again
> later. I have upgraded to Outlook 2007, & now I am unable to run any of my
> Saved searches. If I create a new one, I can run it, & it produces the
> results but it does not let me print it as it does not count the No of
> Items
> which have been found & so possibly it doesn't think any items have been
> found. I used to be able to print/preview my search results, but no
> longer.
> Can this bug be fixed?
 
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