Re: Compiling E-Mail Messages Into Word-Text Documents?
What about 'printing' them as a PDF? That turns them into a standard format that you can use on any platform and their searchable. OS X has PDF 'printing' built right in, it just saves it as a file.
That is my plan ... But, I need to compile e-mails into categories, before printing. For example:
All the e-mails regarding my PACKARD family history, need to be in one or several documents, depending on how many e-mails, and how long they are. If the total is only 10 pages or so, then I can put them all into just one document, and print, then file into the PACKARD family history folder.
Now, with my ANDREWS e-mail .... I will need more than one document -- probably a dozen or more. I don't want to print every single e-mail, just one message on one sheet of paper. That's a waste of space in my family history folders and binders.
Also, makes it much easier when reading and researching to have all the messages together.
I also need to get a printer .... But I'm not even ready to print yet ....