Microsoft Outlook 2003 & Word Wrapping


  1.    21 Apr 2009 #1
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    Microsoft Outlook 2003 & Word Wrapping


    Heya Guys,

    Not sure if this is the right place too ask, but I am all out of options.

    I have this problem with Outlook 2003 & text wrapping: When the email is busy being typed, the wrapping works and it flows over to the next line automatically but when the recipient opens the email its just one long line

    We use html email formats.. This problem also onle seems to happen sometimes...

    If someone can point me in the right direction i would be gratefull

    Thanks
    Timmy
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  2.    23 Apr 2009 #2
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    Re: Microsoft Outlook 2003 & Word Wrapping


    Sheesh, not even a I dont know :|
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  3.    23 Apr 2009 #3
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    Re: Microsoft Outlook 2003 & Word Wrapping


    Quote Originally Posted by TimstaH View Post
    I have this problem with Outlook 2003 & text wrapping: When the email is busy being typed, the wrapping works and it flows over to the next line automatically but when the recipient opens the email its just one long line

    We use html email formats.. This problem also onle seems to happen sometimes...
    This happens to me sometimes too, and I don't use Outlook, just Hotmail/MSN and Yahoo. I don't really have an answer, but one of the things I do, is to do a hard return at the place where I think the Word-Wrap ought to break to the next line. I find that my system tends to right itself after a while of doing this stuff -- Seems like there are many short-term corruptions that fix themselves -- often after a reboot or two.

    Otherwise, if you’re sending a particular email that you really want to look good -- is to send it to yourself first to see how it looks. (Kind of anal, I know, and a lot of trouble) -- but there are times that you really want your email to look right.
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Microsoft Outlook 2003 & Word Wrapping

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