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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Remove stationery in Mail!

The Leopard version of Mail added the "Stationery" feature. One thing that isn't obvious about how to use the feature is if you have selected a stationery, how do you remove it to go back to a text only email. Here is how:

1. Once you clicked "Show Stationery", choose the "Stationery" category.
2. Click on "Original". Mail will switch back to the text only template.

Don't forget to update your bookmarks, download the new widget and check out the new website at http://www.tips4mac.info/ Tips will soon only be posted on the new website.

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