10-27-2004 04:30 AM
The user has an HP d330 - NT2000 machine with MS Office Standard version 2000 - no service packs.
is there a way without upgrading or buying a new version of Office?
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10-27-2004 06:00 AM
It depends on the format that is used in the E-Mail..
If u r sending an E-mail / replying / forwarding an e-mail u can select the format and have the attachment shown under the subject line instead of an icon.. This is how u do that..
1) This is to set for new e-mails by default..
In Outlook goto Tools->Options in the menu and goto Mail Format tab and there u will see Message Format .. Here choose "Plain Text" as the format. And then click ok to save it.
2) While Reply/Forward.. Open the E-mail.. Then choose Format->Plain Text. It will ask for an confirmation and once u accept the confirmation.. u will be able to see the attachments under the Subject line..
Check it out..
10-27-2004 07:12 AM
Most newer versions of Outlook have the icon for the attachment at the top or near the subject line. This is not the case for this user.
Sorry for not being more clear.
10-27-2004 09:05 AM
I have attached a picture of an E-Mail with the attachment shown under the subject line.. if this is the format u were looking for then u have to change the format to Plain text..
If it is something different.. can u post a picture of the same??
10-27-2004 09:11 AM
11-04-2004 01:04 AM
There doesn't seem to be any ways to change Outlooks outlook so to speak.