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reading and sending email in HTML

Posted on 2000-03-05
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i have msoffice pro and i want to send and receive email as a web page

but it keeps saying word cannot run web authoring tool while another word program is running.

i have tried to use HTML.DOT  as an template
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by:aschiffman
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What version of msoffice? 97? 2000?  In outlook look under tools, options, mail format and under message format choose html.
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ms office pro 97
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by:rickyjune
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do not have a mail format tab in my option menu
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Microsoft Outlook 97 does not have the capability to compose or receive HTML-format mail. Any HTML-format messages will show the web page as an attachment.
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