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Keeping style consistent in email campaigns

Posted by Shaka Zulu on 10 December 2013 11:27 AM

To keep your styling consistent in your email campaigns and templates it will depend on how your email was originally developed. This example below shows how to keep your style based on your table cell settings.

Within your email design you will most likely have multiple tables with multiple cells. Each of these cells will have a 'style' set within it. This style determines how your text will look within the cell including, font type, font size, font colour and font spacing.

When you find the style is changed within a cell, the easiest way to resolve this is:

1. Locate a cell with the correct styling.

2. Right click with your mouse in that particular cell. A drop down menu will appear, hover over "Cell" and a fly out menu will appear, click on "Table cell properties"


3. A pop up window will appear.



4. Click on the "Advanced" tab, you will see a section called "Style" - this should be filled with information as you see in the example below. You will need to highlight this and copy it to your clipboard (CTRL + C on your keyboard)



5. Then you will need to go back into your email content and locate the cell with the incorrect styling.

6. Right click with your mouse in that particular cell. Again the drop down menu will appear, hover over "Cell" and click on "Table cell properties"

7. the same pop up menu will appear. You will need to click on the "Advanced" tab as you did previously. Again, you will see a section called "Style" - this may be filled with some information already or it may be blank.



8. Place your cursor within the "Style" section and paste (CTRL + V on your keyboard) in the information you copied before (if there was already information in this section you will need to remove it completely before pasting). You should now see the style information similar to that in the image below. Once you have finished, click "Update".

The "style" from the first cell should now be copied into the second cell so that the formatting of font is the same in both.

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