Stationary! Paper (background) for Mail

realitystops

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Hello,

I would very much like to be able to write my emails as I would my normal letters!
I know I can import 'templates' but do not seem to be able to import just the paper/textures on their own.
To make it clearer, I hope, there are free downloads of high resolution images of distressed papers, textured, watermarked etc. papers but they do not install as templates directly and I am ignorant of any simple method of making it happen.
So simply put how do I get blank paper to be imported into mail?

Thank You
 

realitystops

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Thank you so far.

So far over 270 people have been kind enough to view my question.

I wonder - Is there no answer to it?

I find it difficult to believe that I am the only person using a Mac that wants to have paper textures for their emails without knowing 'script' or programming stuff!

I have found textured paper downloads on the web but none seem to be acceptable to mail other than as inserts. Is this the language they are created in? If so cant I change that to suite?

Other than that. Are there any suggestions at all or am I totally original and unique (joke) :eek:

Thank you
 
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realitystops

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My Fault. Sorry

Thank you for that, appreciated.

It is obviously my fault. I am aware of these products, unfortunately they like others I have viewed are just too much.

I simply want to use textured paper(backgrounds) whatever to create and store as a template emails in the form of the letters I used to write.

I rarely if ever included pictures and cartoonish sketches etc. but would like that as an option.

I suppose simply put. I would like to create a letter format in for example 'Pages' and save it as an 'email' template.

Maybe I am trying to make it too hard - a common fault of mine ;-)

Thank you again.

Other thoughts very welcome.
 
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