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Ms Word As Email Program


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#1 Darren De Wilde

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Posted 06 July 2006 - 02:26 PM

Hello all,

does anyone know how to save custom stationery in word 2000 for use with create new mail in outlook 2000?

At the moment I am using word 2000 as my email editor for html.

I created a custom background and header but everytime I click new message in outlook, I get only the default stationery in word and have to waste time swtiching and re-adjusting to my custom design.
I tried looking in the folders for MS Office under program files but cannot locate any folder or file that is relative to the stationery sets used by word. I thought I could add the name of a doc file to such a folder if it existed and then choose it from the list of available stationery in word.

Also, when I email my clients directly from word by clicking on "File>send to > mail recipient" i get the last email recipient subject and attachment fields" instead of ready fields,,,that is to, subject and attachment fields that are empty for new recipient info.

One of these days I worry I may inadvertently send the wrong email to the wrong person.

To summarize:
I would like to create custom stationery that will open in word when sending new mail using word 2000.
I would like, if i have to send a document straight from word, to not have to clear the fields of the previous recipient.

Many thanks for your replies and input,
Darren

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#2 acklan

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 01:02 AM

Create it and save it, in .htm format, in the directory shown below.

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