Emoticons conversion in Windows Live Mail

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4 Responses

  1. Bob Herringer says:

    I have deselected Emoticons but find that I am getting strange symbols in my emails. They don’t show in the actual emails on screen but they do when I print them — for instance, a dash -, and a ‘ is changed to a small ‘a’ with ^ above it and a capital C”.

  2. Bobbi Jung says:

    This is another of the dumbing down of America. Why would I want to automatically create an emoticon when typing an email? Stop trying to do things for me.

  3. Bob Herringer says:

    Emoticons will show up in receivers email even though ‘Convert special key strokes to emoticons’ is deselected. Why, oh why, can’t we get microsoft to wake up on this absolutely erroneous and stupid programming? Microsoft, R U listening?

  4. Marie Fievet says:

    I have never in my life seen a situation such as exists with the Microsoft group – they appear to be dumb as a box of rocks. They do stupid things like emoticons and do not pay attention to the things that really should be changed. Every change made lately has just made it more difficult to use their products.
    What reasonable person would even think of using an emoticon in their writing – that’s for kindergartners!!!!! Sick and tired of having to work with MS products that make no sense and where there is never any decent support to assist with the problems the idiots have created.

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