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    Creating HTML Mails (2003)

    I'm the Secretary of my local tennis club. I therefore regularly send out e:mails to the members detailing forthcoming events etc. I would like to make these a bit more attractive, and was therefore trying to create them to look like an HTML web page with graphics etc. included.

    However I cannot find anywhere how I can do this. (It's clearly possible having received many from organisations in the past).

    Can someone please confirm:

    1). Can Outlook do this for me, if so how?
    2). If not, is there a simple way around it?

    Regards and thanks in advance for any assistance.

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    Re: Creating HTML Mails (2003)

    To pick a default layout for new mails, select Tools | Options..., activate the Mail Format tab and either select a layout from the "Use this stationery by default" dropdown, or click Stationery Picker.
    To pick a layout for one message, select Actions | New Mail Message Using | More Stationery...

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    Re: Creating HTML Mails (2003)

    Thanks for that. So if I create a specifc background, I can create this as Stationery which I can then select through the processes you have suggested. I will try this and let you know.

    Thanks,

    Geoff

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    Re: Creating HTML Mails (2003)

    You may find a few tips and other links in <!post=Outlook Stationery, 449874>Outlook Stationery<!/post> - a thread from last February.

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