Thunderbird: print a message with attachment

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by MB, Jul 7, 2006.

  1. MB

    MB Guest

    If I print e-mail with attachment and this is an image, TB prints both
    text and image.
    If I want print only text, I can't do.
    How can I do to print only a text of e-mail without use copy/paste.
    Regards,
    MB
     
    MB, Jul 7, 2006
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  2. MB

    Doug G Guest

    MB wrote:
    > If I print e-mail with attachment and this is an image, TB prints both
    > text and image.
    > If I want print only text, I can't do.
    > How can I do to print only a text of e-mail without use copy/paste.
    > Regards,
    > MB
    >


    Try unchecking "Display Attachments Inline" on the View menu before
    printing the message.
     
    Doug G, Jul 8, 2006
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  3. MB

    Doug G Guest

    MB wrote:
    > If I print e-mail with attachment and this is an image, TB prints both
    > text and image.
    > If I want print only text, I can't do.
    > How can I do to print only a text of e-mail without use copy/paste.
    > Regards,
    > MB
    >


    Try unchecking "Display Attachments Inline" on the View menu before
    printing the message.
     
    Doug G, Jul 8, 2006
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  4. MB

    MB Guest

    On 08/07/2006 23.51, Doug G wrote:
    > MB wrote:
    >> If I print e-mail with attachment and this is an image, TB prints both
    >> text and image.
    >> If I want print only text, I can't do.
    >> How can I do to print only a text of e-mail without use copy/paste.
    >> Regards,
    >> MB
    >>

    >
    > Try unchecking "Display Attachments Inline" on the View menu before
    > printing the message.


    Thank you!
     
    MB, Jul 10, 2006
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  5. MB

    MB Guest

    On 08/07/2006 23.51, Doug G wrote:
    > MB wrote:
    >> If I print e-mail with attachment and this is an image, TB prints both
    >> text and image.
    >> If I want print only text, I can't do.
    >> How can I do to print only a text of e-mail without use copy/paste.
    >> Regards,
    >> MB
    >>

    >
    > Try unchecking "Display Attachments Inline" on the View menu before
    > printing the message.


    Thank you!
     
    MB, Jul 10, 2006
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