To save the attachments, follow these general steps: Select the message or open the message in its own window. Double-click a message in the Inbox to open it in its own window. Choose File→ Save Attachments from the menu. ... Use the dialog box to find a location for the file. ... Click the Save button to save the attachment.

Save a message as a PDF file Open the message you want to save, and on the File tab, click Print. From the Printer drop-down, choose Microsoft Print to PDF. Choose Print. In the Save Print Output As box, choose a folder for your PDF and enter a file name. Then choose Save.

Navigate to the folder where you want to save the message(s) or create a new folder, and leave it open on your desktop. In Outlook, click on the message and begin dragging it. Press the Alt/ Tab keys so the folder you want to save it in appears. Drop the message into the folder.

Outlook Options Drag Emails from Outlook to a Folder. Export Everything to an Outlook PST File. Use the " Save as" Command in Outlook. Use a Script or Third- Party Tool to Save Outlook Emails in Other Formats. Use a Desktop Email Client. Use a Gmail Backup Service or Program.

Save One or More Outlook Emails to a Word Document Select the file(s). Click on File tab and select Save As. Choose Location for file. The file type defaults to Text Only. Click Save button.

A 'saving' dream may represent some way in which you are trying to help someone or in which you need help. Wanting to save something may show that you want to do something but cannot. ... If you are saving someone then your dream maybe part of your fantasies about saving someone who you really admire - becoming the hero.

At least 20% of your income should go towards savings. Meanwhile, another 50% (maximum) should go towards necessities, while 30% goes towards discretionary items. This is called the 50/30/20 rule of thumb, and it's popular quick-and-easy advice.