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Old 01-04-2012, 08:23 AM
Westeq Westeq is offline Large blank space at the beginning of a forwarded/replied email using stationery Windows 7 32bit Large blank space at the beginning of a forwarded/replied email using stationery Office 2007
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I have noticed that when some of our users forward an email or reply to, if the original email used stationery that there will be a large blank space at the top of the email. this "blank" space is actually a jpg tile of the background used by the stationery. Do any of you know of a fix for this?
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