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Outlook 2003. adding attachments

Greetings,

by default when you attach something to your email, a new line under Subject appears and shows your attachment there.

One of my users has the attachments show up at the top of the body of the email INSTEAD, but doesn't know how it was setup like that.
That same user wants their staff members to be setup the same way.  
This is a low priority item in my book, but I'd like to know how the heck it got setup like that.  I checked over every setting twice, but obviously something had to have been overlooked.

If you don't know the answer, please don't take guesses at it.
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phileoca
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Irwin SantosComputer Integration SpecialistCommented:
view - PANE
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Irwin SantosComputer Integration SpecialistCommented:
Sorry.. that is View- Reading Pane,  then choose  Right Bottom Off
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phileocaAuthor Commented:
>>by default when you attach something to your email ...
this means, when you're SENDING email, not viewing email.
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bruintjeCommented:
Hi phileoca,
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if you set the format of the mail to Rich Text format it puts the attachment in the body
you go there through Tools > Options > Mail Format

the format that puts the attachment in a seperate header line is plain text

the strange thing i saw here is that HTML is acting the same as Plain Text which it shouldn't do in theory it would do the same as RTF

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bruintje
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phileocaAuthor Commented:
Thanks bruintje.
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