How to reply to one e-mail in HTML??

SM 2.49.1 on Win7.

Normally I read and respond to e-mails in Plain Text, but have need to 
reply in HTML to a particular e-mail.

I know this change can be done 'on the fly', but I've forgotten how. 
CTRL-Reply, maybe, although that doesn't seem to do anything different. 
I've looked at the SM help page, but didn't spot anything interesting, 
so ....

What is the key combination to reply to one e-mail in HTML 'on the fly' 
rather than my normal Plain Text??

TIA.
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Daniel

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Daniel wrote:

> SM 2.49.1 on Win7.
> 
> Normally I read and respond to e-mails in Plain Text, but have need to 
> reply in HTML to a particular e-mail.
> 
> I know this change can be done 'on the fly', but I've forgotten how. 
> CTRL-Reply, maybe, although that doesn't seem to do anything different. 
> I've looked at the SM help page, but didn't spot anything interesting, 
> so ....
> 
> What is the key combination to reply to one e-mail in HTML 'on the fly' 
> rather than my normal Plain Text??

SHIFT + the "Reply" toolbar button works. You can also hold the SHIFT 
button down while pulling down additional options from the ▼ part of the 
toolbar button.

I've tried SHIFT + the usual CTRL-R, which oughta work, but AFAICT it 
doesn't.

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Paul
4/11/2019 2:01:26 PM
Paul B. Gallagher wrote on 12/04/2019 12:01 AM:
> Daniel wrote:
> 
>> SM 2.49.1 on Win7.
>>
>> Normally I read and respond to e-mails in Plain Text, but have need to 
>> reply in HTML to a particular e-mail.
>>
>> I know this change can be done 'on the fly', but I've forgotten how. 
>> CTRL-Reply, maybe, although that doesn't seem to do anything 
>> different. I've looked at the SM help page, but didn't spot anything 
>> interesting, so ....
>>
>> What is the key combination to reply to one e-mail in HTML 'on the 
>> fly' rather than my normal Plain Text??
> 
> SHIFT + the "Reply" toolbar button works. You can also hold the SHIFT 
> button down while pulling down additional options from the ▼ part of the 
> toolbar button.
> 
> I've tried SHIFT + the usual CTRL-R, which oughta work, but AFAICT it 
> doesn't.
> 
Thanks, Paul! I'll give 'shift' a go.

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Daniel

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Daniel
4/11/2019 2:26:26 PM
Daniel wrote on 12/04/2019 12:26 AM:
> Paul B. Gallagher wrote on 12/04/2019 12:01 AM:
>> Daniel wrote:
>>
>>> SM 2.49.1 on Win7.
>>>
>>> Normally I read and respond to e-mails in Plain Text, but have need 
>>> to reply in HTML to a particular e-mail.
>>>
>>> I know this change can be done 'on the fly', but I've forgotten how. 
>>> CTRL-Reply, maybe, although that doesn't seem to do anything 
>>> different. I've looked at the SM help page, but didn't spot anything 
>>> interesting, so ....
>>>
>>> What is the key combination to reply to one e-mail in HTML 'on the 
>>> fly' rather than my normal Plain Text??
>>
>> SHIFT + the "Reply" toolbar button works. You can also hold the SHIFT 
>> button down while pulling down additional options from the ▼ part of 
>> the toolbar button.
>>
>> I've tried SHIFT + the usual CTRL-R, which oughta work, but AFAICT it 
>> doesn't.
>>
> Thanks, Paul! I'll give 'shift' a go.
> 
Success! Thanks.

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Daniel

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Daniel
4/12/2019 6:29:57 AM
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