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        I’d like to put some scrolling text into an Outlook 2000 HTML-formatted message so I right-clicked the body of the message, selected “View Source” -which opens a NotePad window containing the HTML code associated with the message- added the code(an applet) to insert the scrolling text, saved it by selecting File, Save on the NotePad menu but when I select the body of the message and select “View Source” again, the code I added doesn’t show.
        How can one edit (and keep the changes to) an Outlook 2000 HTML message?

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        you can’t, not easily. save the notepad file and use it as stationary.

        one thing to consider – if the message is only read in preview, the applet probably won’t run. I know scripting won’t, but never tried applets. (i’m not a stationary fan )

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