All of your documents always have formatting marks like paragraph marks
in them. Somehow they have become visible in Word, which you must be
using as your mail editor. Many users like to see them for the extra
control of the document that they get during editing. To turn off
this feature: Tools, Options, View (tab), uncheck any checks in
I have Outlook 2007 and WORD 2003. In the Outlook 2007, the paragraph marks
started to show up. I tried to unmark the Tool->Option->View->Format marks
and field marks. I also tried the "hide/show Editing Marks", it was not
turned on anyway, but, after tyggle it a few times, it will only remove other
codes , but, not the paragraph marks.
I'll apprecaite if anyone can help me to solve this myth!
under the Outlook "Format Text" tab, in the paragraph dialogue box (by
clicking the right corner of the paragraph group). Select the Asian
Typography, click the "option" button, select the "Display" option at the
left hand list, unclick any "permanent" selections.
Oh boy, this was well hidden... but, I am glad it is not a bug...
I have no idea where you are seeing what you are seeing (and most users will
not have anything called Asian Topography)... the easy way to get to the
display controls is by clicking the office orb (formerly known as File menu)
and choosing Editor options at the bottom.