You can print a list of tasks or individual tasks, if you need to or else save some trees. The list of tasks prints the task, due date, folder location and flag column. Printing an individual task not only includes the same information in a printed list, but also contains the status, percent complete, total and actual work, owner and categories.
To print an individual task, right-click the task and select "Print." For printing a list of tasks, take the following steps:
Select "Print" from the "File" menu.
Select "Table Style" or "Memo Style." To see how each style looks, click "Preview" from the "Print" window.
You can select specific tasks to print instead of printing the whole list or a single task. Hold the Ctrl key while clicking the tasks you wish to select. Then select "Print" from the "File" menu and select "Only selected rows" under "Print Range."
Tip: To select a group of Tasks, click the first task. Hold the Shift key and then click the last task. Outlook highlights all the tasks between the first and last tasks. This and using the Ctrl key to select specific items work for many lists including contacts, appointments, e-mails and notes.