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  1. Hi Woody. Well, like you I've been thinking of...

    Hi Woody. Well, like you I've been thinking of moving away from Outlook for donkey's years, but could never take the plunge. You've spurred me to think about it again. But, a couple of...
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    Thanks for your help. By the way, if you're...

    Thanks for your help. By the way, if you're modifying a theme, how do you turn on/off/customise Aero? (There doesn't seem to be anything under \Control Panel\Appearance and...
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    Windows 7 themes

    I want to find a "Windows 7 theme" that's effective on a laptop. I currently use the "Windows 7 classic" theme, which is okay, but I'm sure there must be something better out there.

    By the way,...
  4. Works ,this time, thanks. Don't know what I was...

    Works ,this time, thanks. Don't know what I was doing wrong last time, but I'm now full steam ahead. Thanks.
  5. SUMIF the criterion contains a specified substring

    Using SUMIF, I want to sum all items where the criterion cell contains a specified substring (say, "Feb"). I tried specifying "*Feb*", but that seems to work only if the "Feb" is at the start of the...
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    I don't understand. Why add yet another...

    I don't understand. Why add yet another background program when the individual programs handle this (informing you that updates are available) anyway? Have I missed the point?
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    Thanks. Tab Utilities Lite...

    Thanks. Tab Utilities Lite seems to do the trick!
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    Default to "open new tab" (Firefox)

    The way Firefox works is that entering a URL in the Location Bar opens the page in the currently selected tab, and entering a search in the Search Bar works the same way. In both cases, however, you...
  9. I checked, and IE was not the default browser (as...

    I checked, and IE was not the default browser (as expected). As an experiment, I made IE the default browser and the links in Outlook emails started working! I then made Firefox the default browser...
  10. Yes, all links in all emails, inward and outward.

    Yes, all links in all emails, inward and outward.
  11. Hyperlinks have started giving a "general failure" message

    I use Outlook 2010 (Windows 7 Home Edition). All of a sudden, hyperlinks in my emails (inward and outward) are failing with the attached message.

    NOTE 1: If you copy the hyperlink and pasted it...
  12. Thanks. Just the ticket!

    Thanks. Just the ticket!
  13. Auto encrypt files added to a specified folder structure

    Is there software available that will automatically encrypt files moved into a specified folder structure? (I run Windows 7 Home Premium.)
  14. Thanks for the ideas. Do you have an opinion on...

    Thanks for the ideas. Do you have an opinion on the security of Word/Excel passwords? I must admit that I don't really understand what the difference between an encrypted file and a passworded file...
  15. Encryption/pasword options (Windows 7 Home Premium, Office 2010)

    I'm trying to find a simple way of securing a few files from prying eyes. I've read this thread, which I found very interesting, but am starting to wonder whether encryption is over-the-top for my...
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    Thanks, Joe. So simple!

    Thanks, Joe. So simple!
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    Keyboard shortcut to today (Outlook 2010)

    In prior versions of Outlook, you could press Alt+o when in the calendar and this would take you to today's date. There doesn't appear to be an equivalent in 2010, and I can't find the equivalent of...
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    Are you sure you're talking about Windows 7? I...

    Are you sure you're talking about Windows 7? I thought Windows 7 didn't have a "Documents and Settings folder" (at least, I can't find it).
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    In XP, you could have a folder in the Start menu....

    In XP, you could have a folder in the Start menu. When you clicked the Start button and hovered over the folder, a list of the files in that folder popped out. The folder resided in our Start Menu...
  20. Thanks for the further suggestions. In the end I...

    Thanks for the further suggestions. In the end I decided to reinstall Outlook, but ran into problems. I have a Dell OEM version, so no disks and I had to install a trial version and then enter my...
  21. Yes, what you've got is more or less what I used...

    Yes, what you've got is more or less what I used to have! Re being pinned to the taskbar, I tried that before, and have just tried it again, but still no joy.

    I've just noticed that yours says...
  22. UPDATE: I've just rebooted after installing...

    UPDATE: I've just rebooted after installing Windows updates (including a security update and a definition update for Word, which may not be pertinent) and one (but only one) of the four entries has...
  23. I pinned Outlook and rebooted, but the items...

    I pinned Outlook and rebooted, but the items still aren't there.
  24. It was disabled. I've enabled it and recent items...

    It was disabled. I've enabled it and recent items are now appearing when I right-click taskbar icons. But still no "New Outlook appointments" (etc).
  25. I have Outlook 2010 running under Windows 7. When...

    I have Outlook 2010 running under Windows 7. When I first installed it, if I opened Outlook then right-clicked the Outlook icon on the taskbar, a menu popped up similar to this:...
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