Reopening Programs & Emails

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steve-1962

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Hi

Two problems -
1. I have multiple screens (side by side) and each time I open Internet Explorer, the Explorer window appears across the two screens. Prior to exiting Explorer, I maximise the window so that it appears on one screen only but when I re-open, it defaults back to the size it was previously (across two screens).

2. I send emails from my work address to home but when they arrive at home, the formatting is different. For example, at work the text is sent without spaces however, when the email arrives at home, it has extra spaces between sentences.

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Steve
 

DaveA

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What are the email programs for EACH machine?
 

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Which versions of Outlook and are you using MS Word as the editor?
If you are running Office 2007, you will be using MS Word as the editor.
 

steve-1962

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Home Computer -
Using MS Word 2003 to edit email messages and composing message in HTML format

Work Computer
Using MS Word 2003 to edit email messages and composing message in Rich Text format

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Change them so they are the same out put and see what you get then. They are two different formats which MAY explain the differences you are seeing.
 
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