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How to add Microsoft Outlook to notifications area??

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by TigerStealth, Mar 26, 2008.

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  1. TigerStealth

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    I use to have microsoft outlook (the application I use for my calendar) in the notifications are of my destkop (the bottom right corner area next to the clock). When I would minimize outlook it would hide and only show the outlook icon in the notifications area. I must have done something accidentally but now the outlook icon does not appear at all in the notifications area. And when I open outlook through the start menu then minimize it, outlook just goes away completely. please help, thanks
     
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    When you have Outlook open and the Icon is there, right click it and clear the check mark at "Hide When Minimized"
     
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    but when I open outlook the icon does not appear in the notification area.
     
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