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Where can you add a stationery when you are replying to an e-mail?

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Add stationery when replying?
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by:war1
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nobody40,

http://oit.utk.edu/exchange/faq/faq_outlook_email.php#Using_Outlook_-_Editing_and_Composing_Mail_203

If you are using Word as your text editor (default) and you are using HTML for your message format (also the default), then you can add a stationary background to your e-mail messages.  

   1. From the main Outlook window, on the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Mail Format tab.
   2. In the Compose in this message format list, click HTML.
   3. Click Stationery Picker.
   4. You can scroll through the existing stationary and highlight the one you want.
   5. Click OK to get back to Mail Format tab.
   6. Click OK to complete your request.
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by:nobody40
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Correct for NEW e-mail....but we need to add it when we are replying to someone's e-mail that was sent to us....
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by:war1
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You can create the new email with stationary, then cut and paste the reply to the new email.  
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by:nobody40
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So there is no way to auto insert a stationery when replying?....crap....ok thanks.
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war1 earned 250 total points
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Give a few hours for other experts to answer. Someone may know a script to insert stationary in reply.  There is nothing native to Outlook that can do so.
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by:Frankco
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Hi nobody40,

I agree with war1, there is no way to do that in Outlook. This is done by design. The reason is that you should respect the sender's email format and reply in the same format that the sender sent the email.

As war1 stated, perhaps someone like BlueDevilfan will come up with a script. He always supprises us.

cheers,
frankco
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by:war1
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nobody40,

We have not heard from you in awhile. Did any comment help you solve your problem? Do you have any more question? If an Expert helped you, please accept his/her answer above with an excellent or good grade.

Thanks, war1
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