You can also make templates a little more professional, for example by copying the content of a letter template created in Word with form fields and pasting it into your Outlook template. The form fields remain completely intact, and your mail then creates the impression of a real letter.
In the picture below we have chosen the content of our business letter template and simply saved it as an Outlook template. Once you have created a template, open it in Outlook as follows:
Start tab – New items – Other items – Select form
In the next dialog box, select: Templates in the file system. This is where your templates are stored.
See fig. (click to enlarge)