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How do I reply <inline> to a gmail message in a different color text
without having to reset the color at each line break? I tried ctrl-A
then changing the color but this changes the original text plus my
reply text too.
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Question by:finnstone
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1. Goto your Settings -General - Default TEXT Style - TEXT Colour and set the TEXT to Red, just temporarily!

2. To reply inline and retain formatting of the original email, simply break the solid line along the side of the email. Place your cursor where you wish to reply. Click on the "Enter" key to break the line and start typing. To respond to a different section of text, simply repeat these actions.
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