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where the attachment appears in outlook03

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When you add an attachment in outlook it goes on a line next to the “Attach button”.  I have a user (quite a few in fact) that want the attachment to go at the bottom of the message (like it did in outlook97) or someplace else in the message body, is there a way to do this?
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Change the default message format from HTML or Plain text to Rich Text, that should work in the way you want.

Changing format:

Outlook menu-> Tools -> Options -> Mail Format tab -> Message format.

Hope this helps.
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thanks works great!!
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You are welcome and thanks for the point.
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