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When I use "Email link" in Firefox, the Outlook message default formatting changes (font, font size, paragraph spacing) - how can I stop this from happening?
In Outlook, my default message format includes the following: Font: Arial 10pt font Spacing: Before: 0pt, After: 0pt
When I email a link from Firefox, a new message opens, which has the following formatting: If I type anything before the URL, the formatting is: Font: Arial 10pt font Spacing: Before: 0pt, After: 0pt
If I type anything after the URL, the formatting is: Font: Times New Roman 12pt font Spacing: Before: Auto, After: Auto
This doesn't happen with Internet Explorer - when emailing a link, my default message format is retained.
Since I email a lot of links for my job, and I prefer to use Firefox, this is a pretty annoying issue!
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Outlook 2007 Firefox 36.0.4
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Hi Michelle, What steps are you taking to email a link from Firefox?
From Firefox, I click on "File' and then 'Email link'. This results in a new Outlook message opening automatically, with the URL copied into the body of the message. I then add my own text, see the screenshot image. That's where the formatting problems come in! Cheers, Michelle
That sounds like an Outlook support issue, not a Firefox issue.
Okay thanks. I thought that because it works okay with IE, that it must be a FF issue. But it could be a Microsoft issue - will post the query on their site.
The problem may be the default font you are using.