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Jan 29, 2012

Tech guide for reformat Microsoft Outlook

In this Microsoft tech support blog, we tried to provide you help of Microsoft outlook support & help for how to reformat Microsoft Outlook.  Microsoft's Outlook email client allows you to compose and send messages. If you dislike the format of your email messages or of your Outlook data, including dates, you'll find checking and writing email an unpleasant experience. Fortunately, Microsoft allows easy customization of its messages within Outlook. You can reformat all messages or a single message, choosing the best format for the reader. You can also reformat dates to suit your personal preference. Choose the reformatting technique that meets your needs, or apply them all.(see also:Setup AOL account in Outlook 2010)
Tech guide for reformat Microsoft Outlook
Reformatting a Single Message

1. Open Outlook using the Start menu. Wait for Outlook to open before continuing.

2. Click "Actions" in the menu tab, then "New Mail Message Using..."

3. Click the format you want to use: Plain Text, HTML or RTF. Plain Text is the simplest format. It supports no formatting, but displays the same on all email programs. HTML supports text and image formatting and should display on all email programs except AOL, according to Microsoft Support. RTF is a Microsoft format that can only be read by Microsoft email clients, such as Microsoft Exchange or Outlook.

Reformat All Messages
1. Open Outlook using the Start menu. Wait for Outlook to open before continuing.
2. Click "Tools" from the Outlook menu, click "Options" and then click "Mail Format."
3. View the current default format in the "Send in this message format" field: RTF, HTML or Plain Text. Click the format you want to make it default. Your change will take place immediately.

Reformatting Dates

1. Click "Start" then "Control Panel." Look for an option for language and region, and then select this (exact title varies by your edition of Windows).

2. Select the option to "Change" or "Customize" to view the current date settings and change them.

3. Change the settings you want. For example, choose a four-digit year or a two-digit year, or abbreviate the month field ("Mar" instead of "March"). You can make changes to the short form date or long form date, or switch from one setting to the other. Click on "OK" to save your settings and reformat Outlook's date settings.

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