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Old 01-05-2006, 01:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Blackberry 7520 and I would like to find away to make a E Mail template that I could use to fill in imformation. That would be pre formated for the info. Such as shipper# weight & number of units. Thank You
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Create something in notes and cut and paste it. If you had a template you would still have to go look for it so this is just as easy.
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Use Autotext. Create a new Autotext called say "etemp" and put all the info you want in there in the format you want.

Then compose a new email and in the body of it type "etemp" and it will put in all the autotext info.

This is what I use when closing calls with my dispatcher.
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Use Autotext. Create a new Autotext called say "etemp" and put all the info you want in there in the format you want.

Then compose a new email and in the body of it type "etemp" and it will put in all the autotext info.

This is what I use when closing calls with my dispatcher.

Hey thanks I had not thought of doing it that way it certainly is easier.
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Hey thanks I had not thought of doing it that way it certainly is easier.
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Use Autotext. Create a new Autotext called say "etemp" and put all the info you want in there in the format you want.

Then compose a new email and in the body of it type "etemp" and it will put in all the autotext info.

This is what I use when closing calls with my dispatcher.
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