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QUESTION

After your last email send, your manager asks you why the email she opened in Outlook looks different than the one she approved. Moving forward, how could you make sure your email renders correctly for everyone?

Use HTML for structure and placement

Use externally referenced CSS instead of internal CSS for structure and placement

Use tables for structure and placement

Use responsiveness for structure and placement

The correct answer is:

Use tables for structure and placement

After your last email send, your manager asks you why the email she opened in Outlook looks different than the one she approved. Moving forward, how could you make sure your email renders correctly for everyone?
Explanation: We will update later. sincerely thank

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After your last email send, your manager asks you why the email she opened in Outlook looks different than the one she approved. Moving forward, how could you make sure your email renders correctly for everyone?