Outlook 2000 Preview Pane

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hencab

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Hi. I had set my folders with the preview pane on. All of a sudden, it seems like it turned off by itself. Now some folders have the preview pane but a lot don't. What happened? How do I turn it on again for all folders without having to click on each folder and turning it on one by one? Help!
 
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Okay, hen. Against my better judgment right now, I'll tell you how to PROLLY get it back.

Close OL.
Hit Start-Run and type:

outlook.exe /cleanviews

Hit Enter.

If you get an error, check your spelling (LOL) or include the path to Outlook.exe in the command line and try again, i.e.:

c:\program files\microsoft office\outlook.exe /cleanviews
 

hencab

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Hi Dreamboat. Good to hear from you again. Thank you for posting a reply. I am a bit apprehensive on using your solution because it will reset all my view modifications. I found out how to turn on the Preview Pane from Woody's Lounge. Click View > Current View > Define Views > select View Name > Modify > Other Settings > check Show Preview Pane > Ok > Ok > Apply View. Thanks a lot again! :)

Henry
 
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I'm sorry. I thought you meant it didn't WORK.

Are you viewing your Advanced toolbar?
View-Toolbars, choose Advanced.

There's a preview pane toggle button on there.
 
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