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Macro that changes email to HTML and formats

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Hi all,

I would like to create a macro that changes my current email opened (generated by Quickbooks) into a HTML email so that I could automatically edit features in it such as automatically format the first line of the text so that its in font size 14, is red and underlined. Could someone provide me with an example of doing this?

Many thanks,

Derek
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