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Outlook 2003 problem !!! things change alone...

Posted on 2004-10-14
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Hi, i have Windows XP with Office 2003 on a desktop and when the user write an email everything change alone like if i have a ghost in my computer... :)

When i write an email (new, reply, foward),  the font change alone in the middle of a phrase, insert tab alone and stuff like that..... i don't know whats happen.... and i think sometimes when i read an email the things change.

thanks a lot for your help....



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Try to change the format of your outgoing emails: Tools-Options-Mail Format. You can choose from HTML, Rich Text or plain text. Let me know if changing from HTML to rich text does anything;
BTW, is Word your default message composer? If it is, try composing with Outlook's built-in composer. Tools-Options-Mail Format. -- check/uncheck "Use Word as..."
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