You have two options if you want to use plain text formatting: read all mail using plain text or convert the message to plain text format before hitting reply. If you are using Office 2002/XP SR1 update (does not work on earlier builds), you now have the ability to force all incoming messages to be
I can tell when users upgrade to a new wide screen monitor because they ask how to set the margins in email. Composing an email on a wide screen with windows maximized is not the best experience because lines of text are very long. It's more comfortable to read and compose email when the text
Line length is an issue in plain text format messages. It is not an issue in HTML messages, except when you send an HTML message to someone whose mail program can't display HTML (like cell phones).
This issue (and many others) was originally fixed by the July 11 hotfix and were rolled into the August 30 2011 update. Description of the Outlook 2010 hotfix package (x86 Outlook-x-none.msp; x64 Outlook-x-none.msp): August 30, 2011 Users who create templates in Outlook 2010 are discovering that the resulting messages are converted to plain text when
Whether you can change the font on a message you have received depends on many factors: the format of the incoming message the version of Outlook the type of mail server you connect to whether you use Word as your e-mail editor (WordMail) Below you'll find instructions organized by the format of the incoming message,