I am coordinating a high school car pool schedule and I'm using Excel to hold the rows and columns in a presentable format. Each week I update which parent is driving to/from school, on what day, students to pick up, etc. I then highlight the range of cells, Copy, then Paste into the message body of Outlook. The distribution goes to approx. 15 parents and students. The problem is when I view the message on my Android cell phone- All the Excel formatting (borders, font style, bold, etc) is gone and the text which was in separate columns is now stacked vertically in one column. Since I send a copy to myself it looks just fine on my desktop, just messed up on my cell... Before you think its my cell phone problem, last year another parent did the same format and method and I was able to receive his emails on my phone with the proper Excel formatting... But IF I forwarded that car pool schedule from my desktop Outlook back to myself, the format on the phone was screwed up as noted above. I have had one other person who occasionally receives regular (no formatting) emails from me complain that she receives my text stacked vertically which is very hard to read. Hope someone can determine whats wrong. MS Office 2010 Professional 64 bit. Win 7 Home 64 bit.