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Open a new message window. <br>Fill in all the details that will not change, such as: subject line, attachment(s), message text and delivery options (high importance, return receipt, etc). <br>Choose File/Save As <br>Change the "Save As Type" to Outlook Template. <br>Specify a storage location (desktop, distribution folder, whatever) then click Save. (I generally save the template to the server then create a shortcut on the desktop.)<br>You can now close your draft message, unsent. You do not need to save the changes!  
 
Open a new message window. <br>Fill in all the details that will not change, such as: subject line, attachment(s), message text and delivery options (high importance, return receipt, etc). <br>Choose File/Save As <br>Change the "Save As Type" to Outlook Template. <br>Specify a storage location (desktop, distribution folder, whatever) then click Save. (I generally save the template to the server then create a shortcut on the desktop.)<br>You can now close your draft message, unsent. You do not need to save the changes!  

Latest revision as of 09:51, 13 October 2008

Here is how you can create an Outlook message template:

Open a new message window.
Fill in all the details that will not change, such as: subject line, attachment(s), message text and delivery options (high importance, return receipt, etc).
Choose File/Save As
Change the "Save As Type" to Outlook Template.
Specify a storage location (desktop, distribution folder, whatever) then click Save. (I generally save the template to the server then create a shortcut on the desktop.)
You can now close your draft message, unsent. You do not need to save the changes!

You can double-click on the message template (or shortcut) and just supply the address, add any customized changes, and send!


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