How can I create an html string which I can there paste to an Outlook email as a formatted table

Posted on 2012-08-14
Last Modified: 2012-11-19
I need tocreate an html string representation of data, which I then want to paste on to Outlook to create a formatted html table
Question by:countrymeister
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    by:Bob Bender
    Okay, little slow at night....

    You wanting to do the complete page as an email for sending?  Or just snippets of code/tables?

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    by:Miguel Oz
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    I just need to copy a table
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    I can't use the Htmltextwriter as it is not available in Silverlight

    The system.web.ui namespace is not accessiblt to SIlverlight apps
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    was not much help

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