I read your post and decided to try creating a stationary file. In Windows Live Mail I selected New > Stationary > Create New and browsed for a .jpg file in My Pictures. After selecting it, I gave the new file a name and when I finished it was in the My Documents/My Stationary folder. It was the first file listed when I clicked on Stationary in Windows Live Mail. The file format in the My Stationary folder is *.htm and the accompanying file with the same name is in the *.jpg format.
I didn't have a problem with the format because the Stationary Wizard did the formatting.
As I said in the subject line, this is probably not much help for you but it did make me look at the Stationary application. I think it would be very useful for special emails.
As per another forum's information, I put stationery in a new folder called My Stationery, in My Documents folder. When I open a new email message, in Windows Live Mail, and click on stationery there are a few of the ones I have saved ready for use and when I click on "more stationery", a dialog box opens with "My Stationery" folder. The problem is that not all of the ones I can see when I open that new folder, are on the list of available stationery.
I've been searching everywhere on the net for help with this and all I have for results are wasted hours of reading. Most of the searches are about Windows Live Mail - Desktop or there is something in the search result that I can see doesn't relate to the question I am asking or to the hardware/software I have.
Is the reason I can't use all of the pieces in My Stationery folder because of format? If so, what format should they all be?
Please help! I am so frustrated with this and it is the only complaint I have with WLM.
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