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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Word 2003 by Bill Camarda

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Setting Formatting Defaults for All Your Mail Messages

Earlier in this chapter, in the section “Setting Additional Message Options,” you learned how to set options associated with a specific message. You can also set various options that control how all your messages are delivered. To do so, choose Tools, Options, General; then click the E-mail Options button. The E-mail Options dialog box appears, containing three tabs:

  • Signature. Allows you to create, and if you want, format, a “signature” that appears at the bottom of all the messages you send.

  • Personal Stationery. Allows you to establish visual formats and set fonts that will be used in all your messages.

  • General. Controls three aspects of how Word prepares HTML messages.

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