Software & Apps Linux How to Create a New Message Using Stationery Windows Live Mail Share Pin Email Print Linux Switching from Windows By Heinz Tschabitscher Writer A former freelance contributor who has reviewed hundreds of email programs and services since 1997. our editorial process Heinz Tschabitscher Updated June 24, 2019 Windows Live Hotmail was replaced by Outlook.com in 2013. Outlook.com does not have the same feature for using stationery, but you are able to create and use your own templates. Create a New Message Using Stationery in Windows Live Mail You do not need fancy fonts, bright backgrounds, and soothing sounds to compose fascinating emails. You can compose doubly fascinating emails using sizzling stationery. In Windows Live Mail, adding that light-and-sound oomph was an easy matter of applying the stationery. To apply stationery to a message in Windows Live Mail: Create a new message in Windows Live Mail.Make sure rich-text formatting is enabled.Select Format | Rich text (HTML) from the menu if you use plain text by default.Select Format | Apply stationery | More stationery....Find and highlight the desired stationery.You can look in under My Stationery, Stationery and any other folder where you have saved downloaded stationery, of course.Click OK.