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Email Formatting and Copying/Paste Errors

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Email Formatting and Copying/Paste Errors

The body of my composed email message does not format correctly.  The space format is off, it automaticaly double spaces instead of single space each line when I hit the return key.  This makes all my signature lines with double spaces in between.  

How do I format the spacing within my emails.  Also, when copying text, I get an error instead of the text being pasted in the document.  How do I use the control c and control v button to copy and paste without an error message being pasted in.

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Re: Email Formatting and Copying/Paste Errors

There is no way to adjust line spacing in the Comcast webmail.  As for copy/paste, what are you copying?  From where?




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Re: Email Formatting and Copying/Paste Errors

I was trying to copy from the email body I received and each time l control C then V to paste an error code appears with the subject listed at the end of code. The webmail will not let me paste the error message in this reply. Please explain. The right click copy/paste will not allow you to use it. A message appears that say please use ctrl v to past
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Re: Email Formatting and Copying/Paste Errors

OK this is confusing.  You got an email in your Comcast webmail account, and you tried to copy something in the body of it-----right?  Then you tried to paste it into something-----------like what?  Where did you try to paste it into?  Another email?  An MS Word document? A forum post or something else?




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