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  • pagedown
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    This forum is Awesome!!! Awesome!!!

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  • njlech
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    Eric, you are right. I was not even considering this option because it didn't make any sense to me. But sure enough, this works.

    This is awesome! Thanks so much for your help!

    Nick


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  • eric_darling
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    OK, I think I know what's wrong.

    Don't paste HTML code, that won't work.

    Instead, display your HTML page in your browser. Not the source code, the resulting display page in a normal browser window. Select all, copy, then paste into your HTML format message in Outlook. This does seem counter-intuitive, I know. It took me quite awhile to figure it out. But trust me, this works. I do it every month for a non-profit organization's newsletter.

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  • njlech
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    I am using Outlook 2000. I am trying to paste HTML code into a new mail message and have it automatically appear as HTML output. My purpose in doing this is to send out an HTML newsletter to my customers through email.

    Eric, when you say "make sure you are working in HTML mode in Outlook", what do you mean? I have the mail format set to HTML rather than Rich text or Plain text, but it is still not working the way I want it to.

    What others settings in Outlook would you suggest I try?


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  • eric_darling
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    I just want to paste HTML code into the message and make it render as HTML output, not print the code in the message as text.
    Sure, just select all and copy the page you want from inside your web browser. Then, make sure you are working in HTML mode in Outlook. Paste, and you're as good as gold. If you don't like the default white background color, you can change that in Outlook, too.

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  • pagedown
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    What are you trying to accomplish with the code in Outlook?. Express or Outlook 2002?

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  • njlech
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    Thanks anyway Cory.

    Anyone else know how I would go about doing this?




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  • Corey
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    I know less than nothing about Outlook, sorry. Never even seen it let alone run it. [img]/ubbthreads/images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Corey Milner
    Creative Director, Indigo Rose Software

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  • njlech
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    Pasting HTML Code

    Cory,

    Would you know where I can look to find information about pasting HTML code into an a Microsoft Outlook email message? I just want to paste HTML code into the message and make it render as HTML output, not print the code in the message as text. I know this can be done. There must be some combination of settings in Outlook that I have wrong somewhere.

    Can you help me out? Would greatly appreciate it.

    Nick



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