But if you mean create the memo entirely in the backend, without letting the user edit, the best way is to use the NotesView class to locate the document you want. Don't bother trying to send out an actual Stationery memo. Just use the regular Memo form fields, Subject and Body. Use NotesRichTextItem.AppendRTItem to put the three pieces of the stationery -- Header, Body and Footer -- together into one Body field in the new memo, inserting your own content where you like.
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