Cannot Print Email

  flobby 22:43 09 Jul 06
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I try to print an Email and I get a message
" an error has occured in the script of this page"
Line 1344
CHAR 1
Error Unspecified Error
Blah de Blah
Cheers,
Flobby

  sean-278262 22:45 09 Jul 06

What program, what printer, what os and what version of the program are you using.

  flobby 22:54 09 Jul 06

I am using Outlook Expess Printer is Epson R2200 OS is XP Pro

  skidzy 23:01 09 Jul 06

Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, Internet Options
Click The "Advanced" tab, Scroll down to "Browsing", check "Disable Script
Debugging", uncheck "Display a notification about every script error",
click "Apply", "OK"


Taken from click here

  VoG II 10:57 10 Jul 06

Start, Run, type

Regsvr32.exe %Windir%\System32\Ole32.dll

and click OK.

  dontmeshwithme 13:26 10 Jul 06

Hi,

I think I had exactly the same problem, in addition to this are you able to copy and paste and move icons on the desktop? The following fix should sort out the problem

click here;en-us;824923

I don't know what causes it though.

  dontmeshwithme 14:58 10 Jul 06

Sorry that link didn't come up properly go to

support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;824923

  pj123 18:14 10 Jul 06

I have the same problem but I am on Win 98SE.

I tried VoG™'s and skidzy suggestions but neither of them worked.

Haven't solved mine yet so I just copy and paste any emails I need to print in to Word and print from there.

  skidzy 20:10 10 Jul 06

Basic outlook express repair kit click here
May help !

  flobby 23:16 11 Jul 06

Thank You,
Skidzy, It was already done, so I did not have to alter anything.
Vog, Your solution fixed the problem.
Thank you and all who replied.
Cheers, flobby

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