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    Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    Adobe keeps putting a new icon bar on top of my normal Outlook Toolbar. I keep turning it off - via the toolbar menu. How can I keep this d*&^$mn thing off my toolbar permanently?

    Thanks!

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    Re: Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    Do you use Word as e-mail editor in Outlook?

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    Re: Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    no - it is too slow.

    BTW - this only happened after I installed the Adobe Suite.

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    Re: Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    Thanks but that procedure does not work - I have Creative Suite 2 (CS) -- the only option given is to completely uninstall Acrobat - which I need to have -- unfortunately.


    There are other options for Bridge and "SAVG Viewer" that I did not explore...


    or I could try messing with the Registry.... I know that is dangerous but don't know exactly why.

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    Re: Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    You can use RegEdit to edit the registry. If you only modify specific entries, there's little danger. You can use File | Export... to export a key before you modify it. If you don't like the effect of the modification, you can open the exported .reg file to restore the original situation.

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    Re: Outlook Toolbar (2000 with SP 3)

    will do.

    Thx again.

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