Message template for form letters

I frequently send the same email over and over (ex, loading instructions.)  Is there a way to create a "form letter" so I don't have to retype or copy/paste the same thing constantly AND that I can edit as needed?

I tried saving the message as an "office template" but there doesn't seem to be a way of bringing that back up without having to go searching through 10 folder levels in win explorer (NOT a time-saver.)

Any ideas to automate this whole process?

Thanks!
tekvetAsked:
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brandonknightCommented:
Save the file as an office template, but save it to your desktop.  When you need it, just double-click the file.
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pyleoCommented:
Or change the template into a outlook form and publish it to your personal forms library.  Then go to new form and choose it when you need it
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pyleoCommented:
Thinking about Brandon's answer you could even put this shortcut on your outlook bar
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Neo_mvpsCommented:
If don't mind spending a little bit of $$... http://www.nsoftware.com/
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tekvetAuthor Commented:
Thanks!  I'm playing about with forms now.  It looks like this will do just what I need AND give me a new thing to learn.  :-)

Thanks!
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