Question about Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows
How can I stop Outlook 2007 adding extra lines to emails that I am sending? Every time I enter a a new line, Outlook adds an extra line. This is not apparent to me at the time, but to those who receive the email.
Yes, if you send an HTML format message to someone, and they are viewing emails in plain text, their Outlook may be adding extra lines. Check your Tools -> Options -> On the Preferences tab there should be an Email Options button. In Email Options there should be an option to Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages. It won't affect you when composing an email, but your recipients should make sure they have that checked if they are also using Outlook and reading email in Plain Text.
When you are composing emails you can hold the Shift key and press Enter to override the auto-double-space and Outlook will only do a single space.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
When you create a new e-mail message, select the Format Text tab and then select the dialog launcher box in the Paragraph goup, then check that the line spacing is single and the Before and After spacing block are both 0pt.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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