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Re: Microsoft Outlook?

From: Greg Sandow <greg.nul>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 19:35:20 -0500
Archived: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 16:28:03 -0500
Subject: Re: Microsoft Outlook?

>From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>)
>To: - UFO UpDates Subscribers -
>Date: Friday, November 15, 2002 7:09 PM
>Subject: UFO UpDate: Re: Microsoft Outlook?

>My thanks to Gavin McLeod, Greg Sandow, Sean Jones and Frits
>Westra for responding so quickly to the query.

>The solution, is as follows:

>1. Open Outlook Express

Errol -- this is only the solution for people using Outlook

Outlook is a different program. In Outlook, the instructions you
passed on won't work, because, for example, there's no "send"
tab on the options window.....

These directions are for the version of Outlook that's in Office
XP. But they'll probably work with earlier versions.

To send all messages as plain text:

Go to the "Tools" menu in the main Outlook window. Click on
"Options." In the window that opens, click the "Mail Format"

Now you get a window which says at the top, "Choose  a format
for outgoing mail and change advanced settings." Right under
that, it says, "Compose in this message format." Then there's a
box with something highlighted in it.

Click the arrow at the right of the box. You'll see a list of
options. Click "Plain text," and you're done! Now every message
you send will go out as plain text.

Or, to send an individual message as plain text, without
changing the format of all your messages:

After you've written the message, click the "Format" menu. This
is in the window where you've written the message. The "Format"
menu will appear. Toward the bottom you'll see an option for
"Plain text." Click it, and this individual message will be sent
as plain text.

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