In Outlook 2003 I could set a block of text as preformatted, which was mighty handing for emailing code snippets. This prevented line wrapping, and specified that a monospace font be used in whatever email client recieved my email.
Now in Outlook 2007, there are at least three problems:
- 'Plain Text' style (apparently the closest thing to 'preformatted' as a style) is buried beneath about five clicks, and adding it to the quick style gallery and saving the gallery seems to be forgotten (bug?)
- It uses some fancy Microsoft font 'Consolas' that is not on some of my coworkers machines that use thunderbird
- It does not appear that there is any way to get it flagged as a monospace font so that other email clients will display it properly.
Does anybody know how to quickly set text to 'preformatted' as Outlook 2003, meaning A) use a monospace font B) flag it as monospace for other clients C) avoid hard line breaks?
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