"AlanP" <alanpereira@newsgroup> wrote in message
>A hard return is when someone has deliberately generated a new line by
>pressing the return/Enter key
> A soft return is when the program places a return because it hits either a
> self imposed limit of say 80 characters (changeable in
> tools, options, send, Mail Sending format, Plain Text Settings) or the
> view text setting is set so that the opened window
> automatically wraps the text)
> I have already set the plain text limit to WLM maximum of 132 characters -
> It's the hard returns that the originator of the email
> placed for readability that my wife wishes to eliminate.
OK on the terminology, thanks, never gave that a thought, or ever
encountered it being used.
Has your wife tried doing a Reply to the message, With "reply in the same
format" etc disabled, @ tools options>send tab, then using Ctrl+S, which
will save the message to the Drafts folder.
From the Drafts folder, double click the saved message>edit it to her hearts
This method will add "your" sender default email account details to the
print out, but does it do what she requires?
If not, then have fun with Sir Roberts reply :-)
He is an Icon to keyboard shortcuts.
I love him :-))
MS-MVP. MAIL. [DTS] UK.