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Is it possible to autocomplete in the body of an email?

Posted on 2008-06-24
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I know I can autocomplete entries in the to: line of an email, but can't find anything about autocompleting words within the body of the email (like I can do with Word).  Does anyone know if I can do this in Outlook 2003?
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Hello TinaSC,

Try setting MS Word as editor in Tools > Options > Format tab.

If no joy, no, you cannot autocomplete in body of email.

Hope this helps!
war1
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