Display formatting marks for paragraphs, spaces, tabs, and other characters when editing e-mails and other items in Outlook 2010.
You may have Microsoft Word 2010 configured to show formatting marks when editing documents. Examples of these marks include dots to signify spaces (to help ensure you don't have too many between words), right arrows to signify tabs (to differentiate between tab characters and just a group of spaces), and pilcrows to signify new paragraphs.
If you are accustomed to seeing these marks you can enable them in Microsoft Outlook 2010 when editing e-mails, even when doing so in plain-text mode:...
Read more at MalekTips.