I answered this question for one of our libraries a couple of days ago, and figured it might be something more of you wondered about, so will share what I found with you all...
Lori asked, "Is there a way to only print the first page of an email? I’m in Outlook 2007. If I hit the printer icon I get everything. But even if I go into File—Print, my only option is a Memo Style (which still ends up printing everything). I am able to select just the even or odd pages, but a couple of my emails have long conversations and I only need the first page."
Sure there are kludges, but if you're using Outlook 2007 with Service Pack 2 (SP2) installed, you have the ability to print individual pages of an email message. (Earlier versions don't have this capability; here are your options for printing individual pages if you're using an earlier version of Outlook, or you can contact Pete Hodge about getting Service Pack 2 installed on your computer.)
First, here's how to find out if you’ve got SP2 installed:
1. in Outlook, click "Help" in the menu bar
2. Click "About Microsoft Office Outlook"
3. This will open the "About" window; look to see if "SP2" is mentined in the first line. Here's a screenshot of what to look for:
Once you’ve got SP2 installed, when you go to print a message, the Print dialog box will now show an option to choose Page Range, where you can enter 1 to print just the first page:
[Source of info: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HA102819451033.aspx]