This solution worked for me:
Create a new blank Email
click the Office button
go to the right corner and click on Editor options
go to Display and there you can enable hidden text.
Close the Email.
It might also be useful to enable this on the same way in WORD 2007.
On 30 nov 2009, 22:10, Sara M <Sa...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> I followed Roady's instructions, but didn't see anything on the Mail Format
> tab (in Outlook 2007). After poking around some, I found "Composing and
> reading plain text messages" on the Personal Stationary tab, accessed by
> using the Stationary and Fonts button on the Mail Format tab. I was able to
> change the font color from pale yellow to black.
> "Roady [MVP]" wrote:
> > Sounds like you either received a message with white fonts on a white
> > background or you have your Plain Text font settings set to white.
> > Use Tools-> Options-> tab Mail Format to correct the last issue.
> > For the first you'll need to contact the sender.
> > --
> > Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
> > Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
> > Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more
> > Real World Questions, Real World Answers
> > -----
> > "sky-angel" <sky-an...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > > Some incoming mail contains nearly all hidden text, except for some links.
> > > The way I can read this mail is by 1. highlighting/copying into
> > > word/change
> > > font colour, or 2. downloading to my PDA via Active Sync where the text
> > > becomes visible. *Both methods are clumsy. *If I forward the original
> > > with the hdden text, the formatting is disabled and any message I addis
> > > also
> > > hidden.