Email stationery can be applied to all messages you compose from the AOL account – new ones, replies and even forwards. As in the case of Yahoo email stationery, in just one click, messages can be spiced up with images and colourful backgrounds. At the time of writing Hotmail and Gmail, the other two popular free email services, do not offer email stationery.
AOL has tons of email stationery that is immediately accessible from the rich text bar. You’ll find a wide selection that includes stationery for holidays, special occasions or those that can be used simply for fun. Let us see how we can work with this simple and interesting feature.
The instructions and screenshots below have been worked on on the AOL Standard webmail interface on the Google Chrome web browser running on Windows 7 operating system.
Note: Different AOL email stationery templates not only change the images and the background color but also the starting position of the email text content.
As I mentioned above, AOL lets you use email stationery to replies and forwards too. Open the feature from toolbar and pick one you want by clicking on it once. The stationery is immediately applied to the email message.
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