Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Saving Interrupted Messages
•Text Only (*.txt): A very simple file format that removes all of the
message’s formatting. As the name implies, it saves only the text of
the message.
•Outlook Template (*.oft): This format is for saving a message that
you want to use repeatedly in Outlook. It saves the message’s
formatting as well as any attachments.
•Outlook Message Format (*.msg): This format keeps all of the
message’s formatting and attachments, but it can only be read by
Outlook.
•Outlook Message Format - Unicode (*.msg): This is the same as
the previous file format, but it uses international characters that
can be read by versions of Outlook that use different languages.
This is Outlook’s default setting.
•HTML (*.htm or *.html): This saves a message in a file format that
can be displayed using a web browser (such as Internet Explorer
or Firefox) or any other application that can display HTM or HTML
files (such as Word). File attachments aren’t saved, but the
message formatting is kept. In addition to saving a copy of a message
with the HTM file extension, a separate folder is also created,
which contains supporting files that the HTM file needs.
•MHT files (*.mht): This is the same as the HTM file format, except
that an additional folder isn’t created. Applications that can
display HTM and HTML files should also be able to display MHT files.
5. Click the Save button (or press Enter).
The message is saved to the file and folder you specified in Step 2.
Figure 4-10:
The Save As
dialog box.
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