Hi everyone, I have a general question about using Office 2000, Outlook. Recently when I send out e-mails at work, I format them correctly, ie, make the paragraphs the same width, but when I send them out, they are all screwed up looking. Please see the below example:
Please note that I have set up a conference call to discuss our current CAT
load. Vicki has been in discussion with Stacy Lotz to transfer these
Stacy's group for scrubbing and disconnect.
I will be sending out a spreadsheet early next week with some NSPS circuits
believe to be good candidates for disconnect. On the call, we can discuss
examples and exactly how we want to off-load them.
The spacing is all garbled, putting one or two words on a line, and the e-mail most definitely didn't look like that when I sent it.
How in the world do I get an e-mail to look consisitenly clean and not all screwed up like above?
The answer is to just keep typing. Do not use the Enter/Return key until you're ready to start a new paragraph.
It looks like it went through a Linux email server that didn't understand the formatting that Microsoft uses. You can try turning off HTML and see if that helps.
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