Can't set stationery or background in Windows Mail

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Mail' started by WoFulZanyone, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. WoFulZanyone

    WoFulZanyone Guest

    I used to use stationery and backgrounds in Windows Mail all of the time and
    now I can't. There is probably something that I have changed that caused
    this but I don't know where to begin to look. Does anyone have any ideas on
    how I can get stationery back in my emails? It won't take any of the
    commands and I can't get the preview to even show the installed stationery.
    I have tried creating new stationery and that won't work either.
    Thank you for your help.
    WoFulZanyone, Nov 9, 2008
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  2. WoFulZanyone

    mac Guest

    Is your mail sending format set to HTML, tools>options>send tab
    Are your settings on the compose tab interfering?

    Try open *Internet Explorer*>tools menu>options>general tab>click the
    Accessibility button at the bottom>ensure that none of the following are

    . Ignore colours specified on Web pages
    . Ignore font styles specified on Web pages
    . Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages

    Click the check box to clear.

    OK your way out.

    Close WM & IE, reopen WM, now try your stationery?

    (You may have to restart your computer for the changes to take effect)?

    That's about all I can offer on stationery, I never used it and don't
    appreciate mail that contains it :))
    mac, Nov 9, 2008
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  3. WoFulZanyone

    WoFulZanyone Guest

    Thank you for your help Steve. However, I'm afraid none of the tips worked
    or were applicable. I was told someone saw a background in an email that I
    sent but I was unable to see it applied on my computer. That gives me
    something else to figure out. Oh My! Always something, right?
    WoFulZanyone, Nov 9, 2008
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