Difference between revisions of "Microsoft KB Archive/248460"

From BetaArchive Wiki
(importing KB archive)
 
m (Text replacement - """ to """)
 
Line 12: Line 12:
 
<div id="TitleRow">
 
<div id="TitleRow">
  
= <span id="KB248460"></span>XCLN: E-mail Does Not Display &quot;.doc&quot; or &quot;Document&quot; when Using Word as Editor =
+
= <span id="KB248460"></span>XCLN: E-mail Does Not Display ".doc" or "Document" when Using Word as Editor =
  
  
Line 47: Line 47:
 
== SUMMARY ==
 
== SUMMARY ==
  
When you compose, forward, or reply to e-mail with Microsoft Word as the e-mail editor, Word displays &quot;HTML,&quot; &quot;Plain Text,&quot; or &quot;Rich Text&quot; in the title bar. Normally, when Word is opened, either the file name of the document being edited or &quot;Document 1&quot; is displayed in the title bar.
+
When you compose, forward, or reply to e-mail with Microsoft Word as the e-mail editor, Word displays "HTML," "Plain Text," or "Rich Text" in the title bar. Normally, when Word is opened, either the file name of the document being edited or "Document 1" is displayed in the title bar.
  
 
</div>
 
</div>
Line 55: Line 55:
  
 
Expect the following behavior when composing, replying to, or forwarding an e-mail message with Word as e-mail editor, based on the version of Outlook installed:
 
Expect the following behavior when composing, replying to, or forwarding an e-mail message with Word as e-mail editor, based on the version of Outlook installed:
* Outlook 97: Word displays &quot;Message Title&quot; - Message
+
* Outlook 97: Word displays "Message Title" - Message
* Outlook 98: Word displays &quot;Message Title&quot; - Message (Rich Text)
+
* Outlook 98: Word displays "Message Title" - Message (Rich Text)
* Outlook 2000: Word displays &quot;Message Title&quot; - Message (HTML, Plain Text, or Rich Text depending on format specified)
+
* Outlook 2000: Word displays "Message Title" - Message (HTML, Plain Text, or Rich Text depending on format specified)
  
  

Latest revision as of 13:50, 21 July 2020

Knowledge Base


XCLN: E-mail Does Not Display ".doc" or "Document" when Using Word as Editor

Article ID: 248460

Article Last Modified on 2/27/2007



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 97 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Outlook 98 Standard Edition
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition



This article was previously published under Q248460

SUMMARY

When you compose, forward, or reply to e-mail with Microsoft Word as the e-mail editor, Word displays "HTML," "Plain Text," or "Rich Text" in the title bar. Normally, when Word is opened, either the file name of the document being edited or "Document 1" is displayed in the title bar.

MORE INFORMATION

Expect the following behavior when composing, replying to, or forwarding an e-mail message with Word as e-mail editor, based on the version of Outlook installed:

  • Outlook 97: Word displays "Message Title" - Message
  • Outlook 98: Word displays "Message Title" - Message (Rich Text)
  • Outlook 2000: Word displays "Message Title" - Message (HTML, Plain Text, or Rich Text depending on format specified)


Keywords: kbinfo kbusage KB248460