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Bradstard

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Hello, I have a problem that has me completely baffled. I recently moved a computer to a new location (thanks for the help on that one) and it's already got a new problem. When I try to use internet explorer or Outlook Express, it won't let my type anything in the message boxes. I had to type this on a different computer because the other one won't even show the text cursor when I click on the text boxes. That means I can't type out the body of the Email, the subject and address lines still work. It only seems to happen with boxes below the tool bar line. The same happens in Internet Explorer, I could type the address in to the address bar, and I could click on all the links, but I couldn't enter any text below the address bar. Does anybody have any idea why that could be? By the way, I've just got to say what a good idea this board is. You guys have helped me out more times than I can count. Thanks in advance!
 

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Oh, I forgot to mention that I get an error message when I open outlook express....I'm not sure if it is related or not, I think it said "error 29". I click OK and everything seems to work normally, except of course for the problem mentioned above....
 

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What Operating System are you running and what version of OE?
 
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