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Outlook Express, stationary in reply

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How do I change the default stationary in Outlook Express when I send a reply, I want it to automatically use a specific stationary every time.

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by:Sense
ID: 1820881
Click on Tools;
Click on Sationary;
When composing new messages:
click on the This stationary radio button;
choose you weapon...
IE 4.0 with Outlook Express

Hope this helps, Sense
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by:timshank
ID: 1820882
sorry, that works for new messages but when sending a reply it still uses the same stationary as the one that the origional was sent on.
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Karend earned 10 total points
ID: 1820883
Go to tools, and under options, click on Send. Uncheck the line for "Reply to messages using format in which they were sent."
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by:eugenklein
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This does not paste in the stationary - I've been trying to use a variety of clipboard applications/managers to paste in text at will with hot keys.... not much luck.

Any suggestions? What is the best clipboard manager for macro text and html pasting
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