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Format when sennding email

Posted on 2006-10-19
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Outlook 2003:

Two Issues:

First, when sending or replaying to an email, an interesting thing happens.  When we open a new email, numbers appear on the left side 1-12. They won't go away unless manually deleted.  It looks like the autonumbering that appears within Word.  Why is this happening.  I went through all of the options in Outlook but I cant find anything about this.

Second issue.  When I reply to an email the original text is automatticly centered with the reply email.  It look wierd and I have never seen this before.  Any Ideas as to why this is happening?

Thanks,

Ray McGowan


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hi McGowan
I think this will help you  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/210849/en-us
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Thanks I'll Try it.
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