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Microsoft Outlook: How to edit emails you receive from third parties?

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The theme and text of one e-mail that we receive, is usually the sender's business. He decides what he writes. However, in Microsoft Outlook recipients have the ability to edit the emails they receive. This is very useful because we often want to promote one e-mail to someone else, but we may want to make some changes or add something.

We can all agree that the emails we receive could be more useful if we could edit the topic or add notes to the text. As we said above, the Microsoft Outlook enables editing, facilitating them users, since they do not need to download any special application or software.

Let's see what is the process for processing the emails we receive from third parties:

1. How to edit a theme email at Microsoft Outlook;

To edit a subject line e-mail, open the email in Microsoft Outlook by double-clicking it. Once you open it, place the cursor on the subject line and start typing what you want.

When you are ready, click the "Save" button and close the email.


You do not need to do anything else. The process is complete. You do not need to go to settings, nor browse menus, etc. Just open it e-mail and enter what you want in the subject.

2. How to edit a text email at Microsoft Outlook;

Editing the text of an email in Microsoft Outlook is almost as simple as editing the subject.

Open the email by double-clicking on it, then select Actions> Edit message.

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Now place the cursor on his body e-mail and add notes or edit existing text. When done, click the "Save" button and close the email.


That was the whole process, as we read in Howtogeek. Users can edit any email at Micrsoft Outlook, regardless of the sender.


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