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forwarded emails in outlook 2003 lose spacing in content

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when we forward or resend a message in outlook 2003, sometimes the message forwarded or resent loses formating in text.  Spacing is off of words get bunched together
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t1llc,

How are you doing?

If you do a lot of forwarding that has to be answered back to the person, check out this utility:
http://www.office-addins.com/-outlook-addins/redirect-for-outlook.html

If you go to Tools > Options > Mail format (tab) > under Message Format, do you have HTML selected and Word 2003 to edit messages? If so, try using the Rich Text (in the drop down above, that has the HTML selected). Otherwise, try the reverse and select HTML if Rich Text is selected.

Kevin
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Tried reversing the options, that had no impact on the message formatting being lost.

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