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19-Feb-2007, 01:19 PM #1
Question Outlook Attachment Options?
I am sending an attachment - the attachment shows up in the body of the email when it used to be in the line under the subject line (under the to: & from - what changed? How do I change it back?
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19-Feb-2007, 01:23 PM #2
What software are you using? Just so people can give you specs on how to fix it.
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MS Outlook 2004
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Oooops!! I meant... MS Outlook 2003!
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19-Feb-2007, 07:19 PM #5
Do you have Outlook set to compose messages in HTML format? That should place the attachment in the attachment box. If your message format is HTML or Plain Text, the attachment will appear in the Attach line below the Subject line. If your message format is Rich Text, the attachment will appear in body of the message.
Tools> Options> Mail Format tab> Compose in this message format, choose HTML from the drop down.
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