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Outlook 2007

Posted on 2009-12-20
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When I am creating a new message, can I run a macro that will set the right margin, say to 60 characters.  If Yes, can someone create the macro for me, and also let me know how I would run it from within outlook when I am creating a message.
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Are you wishing to work in Text mode?  If you are in normal or HTML mode, the right margin will be a function of how wide your message is, and then later, how wide the receiver's message window is. In other words, I can go to an email message and change the width wrapping by altering the size of the message window. To do otherwise (fix the line length) will render as fixed text in the receiver's message window.
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Thank you, and good luck going forward. ... Thinkpads_User

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