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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 3:47 am 
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How can I directly insert the HTML code for my email without having to re-write the whole thing in Microsoft Word? I do use NoteTab Pro to write my HTML pages and emails. When I use Word, the file size is significantly larger.



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:14 am 
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You can not edit directly the HTML source code of an Outlook email. Even if you wold, Word will then add its own tags on top of your code.

Maybe a solution would be not to use Word anymore to compose Outlook emails. From the main Outlook window, go to Tools -> Options -> Mail Format and uncheck the options to use MS Word as your email editor. This way, you can use the internal email editor of Outlook.

While using the internal editor, make sure you set the message format to HTML.

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Bogdan



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PostPosted: Sun Jan 14, 2007 12:48 pm 
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Thanks, Bogdan

I already tried to do that but have not found a way to copy the HTML code within Outlook. In Outlook Express it is really easy as it offers you three windows to edit your HTML emails but with Outlook, I have not been so lucky. Do you know how to do it in Outlook? I have done it by unchecking the box to use Word as the editor, copying and pasting the HTML code within the Outlook window with HTML as the format, but all I get is just the code and no possibility to "preview it" before sending. Can you give me some light on this?



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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 8:46 pm 
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Depending on the code you are trying to insert, you can use the Script Editor. When you open Word, you can find it on the WEB TOOLS toolbar. You should be able to insert it that way.

By the way save the page as a "Filtered" Web page and it takes out most of the MS Word junk.

Also I do my final editing in Outlook.

In Outlook, make sure that the "Use Ms Word as Email Editor is unchecked in Tools , Options, Mail Format. Also if you do NOT want to have outlook attach the images in the email but have them loadsfrom a web site be sure to click on the Internet Format button and make sure the check box in NOT checked. You must make sure you have linked to the images when you created the email in Word.

After saving "Filtered" in MS Word, I open it up in the browser and then select all and copy it. Then paste it into the Outlook message window. I do final editing there and then send the messages with pretty good luck!

Hope this helps.



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PostPosted: Mon Aug 20, 2012 12:35 pm 
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hey guys! i see there are a lot issues coming up when using outlook
which version do you think is better?


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