We have a daily email that goes out. The person who prepares the content creates it in Microsoft Word with the font he wants to use (Calibri 12) and the formatting (bold, italics, etc.). If he copies this into a block in Constant Contact, even after clearing all the styles for the block, it looks fine. However, recipients do not always see the info in the desired Calibri 12 font, even if he selects all the text again in Constant Contact and formats it to Calibri 12. For example, while it might look right in Outlook, iPhone users with the latest OS (from September 2016) see it in Times New Roman. I will add that prior to the OS update on iPhones, it was working just fine. Support reps tell us that Word just conflicts with Constant Contact, and there's nothing that can be done except to clear all the styles after pasting (thus removing bold, italics, etc.), and setting up desired formatting in Constant Contact again. The whole world uses Microsoft Word and/or iPhones. It seems like CC might come up with a way to be compatible with these platforms.
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