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By sahilshaa ·
Dear All;
i am using windows 2000 pro and outlook express6.
does i insert tables during writing e-mail in outlook express if yes pls tell me how can i insert table.
thank you

i am waiting your anserwe.

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Outlook Express

This is a round about way of doing it:

1. Open an HTML editor eg Dreamweaver, frontpage, notepad etc.
2. Create a HTML document and insert table and text
3. Save htm document to disk
4. Open Outlook Express
5. Next to Compose Message click the arrow icon
6. Click Select Stationary from menu
7. Browse for htm file created earlier
8. Enter sender and subject details as normal
9. Click send

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Outlook Express

This is a round about way of doing it:

1. Open an HTML editor eg Dreamweaver, frontpage, notepad etc.
2. Create a HTML document and insert table and text
3. Save htm document to disk
4. Open Outlook Express
5. Next to Compose Message click the arrow icon
6. Click Select Stationary from menu
7. Browse for htm file created earlier
8. Enter sender and subject details as normal
9. Click send

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by p.j.hutchison In reply to Outlook Express

This is a round about way of doing it:

1. Open an HTML editor eg Dreamweaver, frontpage, notepad etc.
2. Create a HTML document and insert table and text
3. Save htm document to disk
4. Open Outlook Express
5. Next to Compose Message click the arrow icon
6. Click Select Stationary from menu
7. Browse for htm file created earlier
8. Enter sender and subject details as normal
9. Click send

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by ctrservices In reply to Outlook Express

If I understand your question correctly, the easiest way to insert a table into OE is to copy the table from your word processor (usually Ctrl+A selects the data, Ctrl+C copies the data). Then open OE and click in the body of the "New Message" box to make it active, then click Ctrl+V to paste the table into the body of your message wherever you want it.

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