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word wrap in windows live mail 2011

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by dlw3, Feb 3, 2012.

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  1. dlw3

    dlw3 Thread Starter

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    Is it possible to get the lines to wrap at the screen width instead of going on into infinity?

    If so, how! I'm at wits end.:mad:

    Don
     
  2. TulsaRose

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    Don, it's my understanding there are no margin settings in WLM 2011. You might try setting font size to 8pt...I think that takes the line to the edge of compose window.

    Rosie
     
  3. dlw3

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    TulsaRose

    Thank you for replying.
    Tried 8 and that did not work either.
    Rather frustrating the margins can not be set.

    Don
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    Is this happening with plain text e-mails? If they're HTML formatted messages, there's no text to wrap. It's a formatted web page.
     
  5. dlw3

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    Thanks for replying.
    It's HTML.
     
  6. TulsaRose

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    Don, have you tried another font with a smaller pt setting, maybe 6pt? I'll scout around and see if I can dig up something. I use Hotmail\Outlook Express for email. I tried WLM and didn't even like it.

    Which operating system are you using, Don?

    You might give this a try. Outside chance it can help, sure won't hurt.

    [​IMG]

    Rosie
     
  7. DoubleHelix

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    If the e-mails are HTML, then there isn't really text to wrap. It's a formatted web page in an e-mail message.
     
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