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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.
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.