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Slurpee

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  1. Securing Outlook

    What a great idea!!! Oh, that's right, I already did that, and there is nothing there about securing Outlook from people walking up and accessing it. Thanks for the feeble attempt. :bash
  2. Securing Outlook

    I guess no one knows how to do this.
  3. Offic xp menu

    Thanks Harley!
  4. Offic xp menu

    Is there a way to have office xp (for that matter, all office products), to show all the contents of a menu selection, instead of clicking on the down arrow, or waiting for it to automatically drop down?:mad:
  5. verifying office xp

    How many flavors of office xp are there?
  6. There should be an Outlook.pst, Outlook.ost, and/or Outlook.pab on your old HD. Copy these files and put them on the hard drive that has Outlook XP loaded. You should then be able to import them into Outlook xp, using Outlook xp (i.e. File -> Import).
  7. Securing Outlook

    I recently purchased/installed Office XP Professional, How do I configure Outlook to prompt me for a password when I start the application? The computer is part of a LAN, that anyone can walk up to. I want to have my email secure, so no one else will be able to access it. I know how to do it in Outlook 2000, but not Outlook XP.
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