moderated Re: Outlook Question
Another way to handle tables in Outlook is to prevent it from handling them as tables. In the following instructions posted by Mike B, I don’t recall if medium” applies to all users or just those who have made that setting. You may need to substitute your setting on line 6:
1. Open the Settings Center while in Outlook.
2. Down arrow or first-letter navigate to, Web / HTML / PDFs. Pres enter.
3. Down arrow again or first-letter navigate to, Web / HTML / PDFs closed, right arrow to open.
4. Down arrow or first-letter navigate to, Reading, right arrow to open.
5. Down arrow or first-letter navigate to, Configure Web Verbosity Levels closed, right arrow to open.
6. Down arrow or first-letter navigate to, Medium..., spacebar to open. Don't press enter.
7. Down arrow many times or first-letter navigate to, Table grid checked, and uncheck it.
8. Tab to Okay. Tab to apply. Tab to Okay again.
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I find the choice between table vs. memo when printing the Outlook email.
It is about 5 or 6 tabs after the ctl/p command.
Where do you find this "table" and "memo" view?
I have found that ‘memo’ view works better for Outlook emails.
I am using Office 365 with Outlook for my email client.
It is set to table view. Which is the best view to set Outlook?