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New Message text not visible

Had a problem in Outlook with Word as Editor that I can no longer remember. Downloading Office Service PK 3 fixed that problem but created these. When in the New message screen text typed is NOT visible UNLESS you first click the text icon button. A copy and paste of hypertext links is ALWAYS hidden. The only way to get them to show is to type them in. I have checked all the font and fill options I can find. If you starevery hard at the hupertext you can see that it is there as a very very light yellow, totally unreadable. Really weird part is that all is OK when replying. HELP please

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  • KodyGrandma Jun 06, 2008

    Finally found the solution myself. A switch of stationery had turned off the "use my fonts" option. Turning that back on solved the problem.

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    some incoming email is is extremly light yellow, unreadable and no way in Office 2007 to change color/font/size of incoming emails after they arrive. HELP.

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Incoming email to Blackberry Bold or new Curves is extremely light yellow when sent from Outlook 2003. I solved the problem by going to Options, Mail Format, under Stationary and Fonts, my Use this stationary by default: was set to the word <Blank>. When I changed it to <None> the problem was solved!

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  3. Under Signature, click Signatures, and then click New.
  4. In the Enter a name for your new signature box, enter a name.
  5. Under Choose how to create your signature, select the option you want.
  6. Click Next.
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You can also paste text to this box from another document.
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  3. Click Finish when you are done editing the new signature.

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How do I set up an out of office message in Outlook 2010?


You can create part-time or temporary 'Out of Office' automated replies in Microsoft Outlook. These can be set so that whenever you leave the office, an auto reply is sent.


This is useful if you have a high volume of e-mail messages and are expected to reply to them quickly.


You can fully customize your auto reply in Microsoft Outlook 2010.


Launch Microsoft Outlook from the Start Menu.


Click "New E-mail." Click "Plain Text."

Enter the message for your out-of-office reply in the main body of the text.


Click "File," then "Save As." Click the "Save as type" list and select "Outlook Template." Enter a name such as "out of office" and click "Save."


Click "File," then "Info." Click "Rules and Alerts," then "New Rule."


Click "Start from a blank rule," then "Check messages when they arrive," then "Next." Set "Sent Only to Me" in the conditions list and click "Next."


Select "Reply using a specific template," then choose "Specific template" on the next page as well.


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Try this Open Word 2003 and follw the directions below.

1. Click "Help" - "Detect and Repair".

2. Read the dialog box text. This feature will try to automatically find and fix errors in all Office files.

3. If desired, check "Restore my shortcuts while repairing" and/or "Discard my customized settings and restore default settings".

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MS Office 2003 Problem with Bold


Hi there,

You could have done a number of things (by accident of course) so it’s hard to find - on line.

Therefore the best solution would be; to remove you Office installation and re install it.
Start -> Settings -> Control panel ->ad remove program, find and remove Microsoft office.

Restart the computer, and reinstall your office.

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there arent any problems with your n360 and upgrading your norton doenst hurt either. you should check microsoft your update fixes on your Microsoft office. microsoft might even give you an upgrade for your office.

switching to the latest microsoft office might also ge rid of the problem.

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CAUSE loadTOCNode(1, 'cause'); This behavior can occur if either of the following conditions exists: • Microsoft Internet Explorer is configured to ignore specified formatting features in the Accessibility dialog box. • Outlook Express is configured to use plain text.

RESOLUTION
loadTOCNode(1, 'resolution'); To change the format of the text when you compose a message, use one of the following methods:
Turn off the Accessibility Settings loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); To turn off the Accessibility settings, follow these steps: 1. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click Internet or Internet Settings. 2. On the General tab, click Accessibility. 3. Click the following check boxes as necessary to clear them: • Ignore colors specified on Web pages • Ignore font styles specified on Web pages • Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages 4. Click OK. 5. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Change the Sending Format loadTOCNode(2, 'resolution'); Change the sending format to Rich Text (HTML). To do so, follow these steps: 1. In Outlook Express, click Options on the Tools menu. 2. Click the Send tab, and then click HTML under Mail Sending Format. 3. Click OK. 4. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.

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Outlook Express does not display any message attachments if TNEF-encoded file (winmail.dat) was received. If you are expecting some attachment, but do not see any, it still can be there.

To decode such a message perform the following steps:
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