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When composing an e-mail I wish to use different type, different colors, vary size of print, underline words etc and cannot find the service on the compose page.

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Dear,
there are some options in browsing page, but depends upon what kind of email browser ur using. in outlook u have all the options but in yahoo or other u can just select a little bit that conatins in OPTIONS-->mail options--> colors etc.
regards,

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

Hi, the compose sheet of most e-mail is designed in that manner, in that one can not do much formating of words. The compose sheet of an e-mail such as yahoo is primarily for direct communication not for graphic designs or much formatting. And moreover, memory capacity of most websites are designed such that piling up of bytes are discouraged.
But one thing you shld do is to create and modify you file to your satisfaction with any of word processing applicational softwares (eg MS word), then attach the file to the e-mail message before sending.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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Type <i> or <u>, to write in italics, or underline.

Type <center> to center a selected area. When finished, you will need to type</center>


Type <font color="colorcode"> and end it with </font>,to write with different colored fonts.

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