Savvisoft’s Blueprint Boosts Printing Capabilities

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<p><strong>Nottingham, United Kingdom &mdash; Aug. 2</strong><br />Savvisoft has released Blueprint for Outlook 2.0, a major update to the printing utility add-in for Microsoft Outlook.<br /><br />Blueprint resolves common printing problems experienced by Outlook users by providing full control over the presentation of printed messages, contacts, custom forms, and other Outlook items. </p><p>It gives businesses the opportunity to add logos and message properties to headers and footers, which helps protect company confidential content. </p><p>This ensures your printed messages are branded with your corporate style, and it provides a template based approach similiar to Microsoft Word.</p><p>We wanted to understand how we could make printing in Outlook better by adopting something similar to what MS Word uses, and Savvisoft&#39;s Blueprint allowed us to do that,&quot; said Jessica Arnold, Microsoft Outlook product manager.</p><p>Blueprint for Outlook solves other printing issues too. You can preview messages, quick print attachments and choose specific pages of a message to print. </p><p>This assists businesses reduce paper usage and encourages more environmentally friendly practices. <br /><br />In Blueprint for Outlook 2.0, you can control the printed presentation of multiple Outlook items. </p><p>This allows a single print job to be created from a selection of items or the contents of an entire folder. </p><p>Blueprint provides a flexible system for creating a diverse range of multi-item print styles, including custom table styles, and joining multiple e-mails into a single print job.<br /><br />Blueprint for Outlook 2.0 also gives you the ability to choose from a selection of styles at print time. </p><p>This allows you to determine what style is appropriate for the selected item. </p>

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