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Did you set the "font-colour" and the "background-colour" to be identical?

If you use Microsoft Word (or Notepad or Wordpad) to type in some text, and then select that text, and copy it to the clipboard, and then "paste" it into the "body" of the E-mail window, does that text show up?

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First question, but did you try clicking in the windows of the email before you try to type?

What program of Email are you using?
Can you type in any other program?
it might be a problem with your keyboard...

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I have Yahoo Mail Classic. When I compose a new email, I used to be able to type a couple letters in the "TO" block and the addresses would show up automatically. This is not happeing any more....

try to check your contacts.... the email you want to send To must be listed in your contacts ,to have its addresses automatically show up when you type up.

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