[techtalk] Outlook woes: some answers for Outlook 2000

Annette M. Stroud astroud at uswest.net
Thu Mar 23 12:14:52 EST 2000

Telsa Gwynne wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 01:18:41PM -0600 or thereabouts, Jeramia Ory wrote:

> > Well, this is one I've been trying to work out.  Right now my current
> > workaround is
> [you don't want to know. Really. I'm incredulous. Basically, she keeps
> a reference email from someone she knows is using a sensible line length,
> resizes her window until it fits, then uses that as a guideline. This
> promptly screws up any mail she gets from other Outlook users, so she
> just keeps resizing to suit the person she's sending to. She doesn't
> have to insert line breaks herself: what she's doing is coming out
> correctly. It reminds me of years ago when I didn't know how to get >
> marks in and used to put every one in by hand. What a pain!]

Maybe tools/options/Internet mail, wrap outgoing text at 76 [appears to
be default] characters?


But that doesn't help you compose it sensibly

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