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From: Brady.Pierzchalski@kohls.com
Date: Jan 10, 2008 9:10AM


When it comes to email your best bet is to stick with tables as email
progams are all over the place with what css they support.




Brady Pierzchalski
Web Designer
Kohl's Department Stores, E-Commerce
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I've been working on a web page for a newsletter that will be e-mailed,
using CSS (admittedly as a novice) to create the 2-column layout. The
layout was intact when I received test messages from myself in Outlook
2003. I just got Outlook 2007, and the same page e-mailed does not
preserve the 2 column layout. Mailing myself a few pages from some
accessibity web sites, I notice there is the same problem. But if a page
uses tables for layout, it works fine. Any advice?
Thanks,
Jane


Jane Harlan-Simmons
Center on Aging and Community
Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
2853 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47408
812-855-6508

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