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Hyperlink help 2007 Excel

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by irvinbang, Feb 25, 2013.

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  1. irvinbang

    irvinbang Thread Starter

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    Im looking to remove Recently used e-mail addresses: in the Insert Hyperlink.

    So you insert a hyperlink. Down at the bottom left hand corner left click on E-mail Address.

    Were it says Recently used E-mail addresses:

    Then gives a list of addresses used.

    How do i delete email addresses i dont want in there?

    It only leaves me the option to click and not remove.

    Pic is attached of the menu im talking about.
     

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  2. draceplace

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    I'm not familar with specific problelm but 'recently' used email addresses is possibly a cashe from outlook. .nk2 files in these folders. Not sure if you can edit but you can delete and it will rebuild.
    ■Windows XP
    C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\
    ■Windows Vista and Windows 7
    C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\
     
  3. irvinbang

    irvinbang Thread Starter

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    The computer im working on wont give me access to that area. so i guess im sol..
     
  4. draceplace

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    There may be a button or something that will clear the cashe. Google "outlook 2007 cashe empty' or something. You can also delete them one at a time as the pop up in a outlook.
     
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