Problem with formatting messages in HTML

Posted on 2005-03-10
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Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I use Microsoft Word as the editor for my e-mail.  When I create  a document in Word where my default font is Arial 16 point, and copy and paste it into a new mail message in Outlook, where my defaults are also set to Arial 16 pt, the text is automatically reformatted to Times New Roman with double hard returns.  I have to manually refortmat each mail message that is created outside of Outlook,

Is there a way that I can change the Outlook default HTML setting to Arial 16 pt and remove the extra hard returns, so that my formats are consistent between programs?
Question by:kvora
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Expert Comment

ID: 13507727
Hi kvora,
Have you tried taking off Word as your email editor? Does the problem still occurs?

Author Comment

ID: 13507934
After removing Word as the editor, it works.  


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kaur_dilpreet earned 1000 total points
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You are welcome! Glad it worked for you!

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