You don't have to drive the highlighter squeakily across your monitor to mark some text important in your emails. Here's how to mimic a highlighter and change the background color of select words, characters or paragraphs in Windows Mail and Outlook Express.
Do you want to place a logo at the very top of your email or make some stylized text touch reach the edges of a message? In Windows Mail or Outlook Express, you can remove the top, bottom, right and left borders when composing an email.
Don't like it how Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail and Outlook Express underline every email address you type in a message and change the color, too? Here's how to make email addresses look plain and good in emails (while optionally retaining the mailto: link functionality).
Edit every aspect of your messages in Windows Mail or Outlook Express by turning to the HTML source. The options for advanced editing are endless there.
It comes in colors! Here's how you can customize the line that indents quotations in the replies you compose in Outlook Express.
Make your text flow nicely around an inline image in Outlook Express instead of typing just above and below the picture.
Are you irritated by a background image you inserted in an email in Windows Mail or Outlook Express showing up again at the right column? Here's how to prevent this, and how to make background pictures repeat only downwards or to the right.
Do you want Windows Mail or Outlook Express to highlight the HTML source code while you compose a message or do you find that distracting? Here's how to turn source edit colorizing on or off.
You reply to an email with fancy styling, background images and sound playing nonstop, and now your message has a background image (in the wrong place), fancy font styles (that don't fit) and sound (playing nonstop), too? Here's how to get rid of all the noise while retaining the original message in a reply in Outlook Express.