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 Help How to make a Default Stationery in Outlook Express
Candy at the OEStationery group wrote this cool tutorial for me to share with you. Her group at MSN is one of the best places I've found for help with creating Outlook Express stationery. If you use OE and would like to learn more, be sure to visit Candy's site. It's easy to join up when you need to ask a question or offer a suggestion.

Quote from the website -
How to make a Default Stationery
Open Outlook Express
  1. Click to compose a new email
  2. Set it up the way you want it
  3. To get a background image or color Click Format then Background and choose color or image.  Once you have it setup the way you want
  4. Click the Source tab at the bottom...... don't see source tab???  Click View then Source Edit
  5. Click Edit/Select All or highlight it all
  6. Click Edit/Copy or Right Click Copy
  7. Open Notepad  (Click Start/all programs/accessories slide to right down the list you will see Notepad
  8. Paste the script into notepad (right Click choose Paste or Click Edit choose Paste)
  9. Click  File/ Save As
  10. Drop down bottom menu and choose htm or html
  11. Name it and note where you save it  ......... you may want to save all your stationery in your stationery folder
Note........ if the images are ever moved...... the current script will no longer work for the path to the images has changed.
To use without setting it as a default stationery
  • Click the arrow on Create Mail slide down and choose Select Stationery and get it
To set it up as the default stationery
  1. Open Outlook Express
  2. Click Tools
  3. Click Options
  4. Click Compose Tab at the top
  5. Slide down to Stationery section
  6. Check mark  Mail
  7. Click Select Button on the right
  8. Drop down top menu and go to where your htm or html page was saved
  9. Click your htm or html page to select it
  10. Click OK
  11. Click Apply then Click OK

To Use

in Outlook Express simply click the Create Mail button

This tutorial is Copyright by CherokeeCandy

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