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MacMost Now 770: Using Mac Mail Stationery
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Just a simple copy and paste. I selected some of the web page. Then copied (Edit, Copy or Command+C) and then switched to Mail and pasted (Edit, Paste or Command+V).
when i open mail on the iPad, i don't get a stationery button option....???
This tutorial is about Mail Stationery on the Mac, not the iPad.
Hi Gary, thanks for your "Using Mac Mail Stationery"; your demonstration was excellent, both in content and in clarity.
I'm running Mail under Mountain Lion and I can't find a stationary button ... I've looked in Mail preferences, looked on the alternate tool bar buttons and found font size and color buttons, but no stationary. I did check on the hard drive to see if there is a library with Mail Stationary in it and I did find it. Since this is a recent podcast, I was surprised to find that my system didn't match. Where have I gone wrong? Thanks very much.
Are in a Mail composition window? It doesn't appear in the main window, of course, since it only functions if you are composing a message. So start a new message and then look in the toolbar to the right.
Shall we all sing a chorus of "Duh!" now? Thanks very much.
I have often used mac mail on my old computer, I now have a brand new macbook pro and in the photo stationary it will not let me import photos. It also is missing half of the graphics on most of the pages. Help!
i am trying to use stationary and if i try to type into a template first, then the pics wont work.
alterantively, if i drag pics into a template, then the text wont let me edit it!?
what is going on please?
Not sure. Play around with it. If you still can't figure it out, get it in front on an expert (Genius Bar, etc).
When you copied your logo & shared it to Mail I can't see what you clicked to get those options to come up. Please explain how did you do that?