HTML generator for an email Notification box?

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I'm looking for a stupid simple way to create HTML for the HTML text in an email Notification box.  Is there a no code way do do this, such as create a word document and save it in some format or else some website that will do this? easily?
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Actually, I'm going to test with this google hit here.
https://html5-editor.net/

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I use the QbCourier to do this when I need to build it in HTMl
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:), ya I was just looking for something down and dirty. 
I think that website will work.  I would save the text in Word, and paste it into that website, then if I have to make changes to the words, I would just edit the word document and use that website again.

I can probably muddle though the html for myself, (and that is what I have always done up until now) but really this is for a no code client, so it needs to be  stupid simple.
Guys, the rich text field does that. Once you enter the text the you want to, then click the source button and it will reveal the HTML behind it. Would that work?
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OK, that qualifies as stupid simple, so thank you.  I really never noticed that Source button on the field.