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Word's AutoFormat features can help you manage information intended as an Email or even text that came from an Email. Attachments or text sent directly in the message area sometimes needs adjustments before it looks as desired. These articles explain Word's Email conversion capabilities and how you can get your text Email-ready in no time.

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The following articles are available for the 'Email' topic. Click the article's title (shown in bold) to see the associated article.

Embedding TrueType Fonts in E-mails Composed in Word
When you use Word as your e-mail editor, it allows you to format the text of your e-mail messages using tools you are familiar with. Not all features relative to a document—such as embedding fonts—are available in the e-mail messages created with Word. This tip presents a way you can workaround this limitation.

Formatting E-mail using AutoFormat
If you copy the text of an e-mail message to a Word document, you may notice that the formatting of the text leaves a lot to be desired. If you are faced with formatting text that originated in an e-mail, you'll appreciate the information presented in this tip.

Getting Rid of 'Mail To:' in E-mail Links
If you convert e-mail addresses to hyperlinks, you could end up with some 'mailto:' verbiage at the beginning of the links. Don't worry; this is normal and necessary. It is also easy to get rid of.

Opening an Attached Word File
Trouble opening an attached file from your email? Try this.

Setting Maximum Line Lengths in Word E-mail Messages
When you use Word as your e-mail editor, it allows you to format the text of your e-mail messages using tools you are familiar with. One thing that is harder to do, however, is to limit the line length of e-mail messages created with Word. This tip explains why the difficulty arises and what you can do to work through the difficulty.

Working with E-mailed Documents
Ding! You've got mail. That mail has a Word document attached to it. Before you rush off and open that document, take a moment to reflect on the information presented in this tip.

 

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