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Outlook '03 Toolbars Wont Stay Where I Put Them


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#1 WitsEnd

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 11:47 AM

When I move a toolbar it stays where I put it until I close the window, when I reopen the window, it's back in the original place. VERY FRUSTRATING. Example See Picture. I like the toolbar up in line with the other one, it takes up less space is less distarcting up there. I move it when the reply window is open and it stays but the next time I hit reply to an email it's back down at the bottom.

Help! Thanks in advance!

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 01:17 PM

WitsEnd,

I have searched high and low for some sort of 'fix' for this annoying issue myself. I can tell you in two years I have never found one, that works. Up to and including (shudder) registry edits. This is one area that apparently Microsoft thinks we just have to live with it.

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#3 WitsEnd

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 10:24 PM

Thanks Animal,

I guess that answers that.

Thanks!




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