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Outlook 2007 per line length

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Hi Everyone,

I'd like to know if there is any place in Outlook 2007 to adjust the line length per line to match the window width and goes to the next line when it comes to the right end of the edit message window.  Right now it keeps going forever beyond the right end of the window and the horizontal scroll bar appears at the bottom that gives me more work to see each side-end.  

I played with some Outlook options but no luck.  

Can anyone help?  

Kyotokyo,
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Ravi N earned 1200 total points
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Hi Kyotokyo,

In Outlook, Goto File->Options->Mail Format tab->Internet Format button.

Under "Plain Text Options", Enter the No. of characters to limit in "Automatically wrap text at" field.

The above solution is an extract from a more versatile post from the link below.

Restrict Line length in Outlook

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Ravi N
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