Outlook Express 'VIEW' windows

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mgbgtgrimm

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Whilst I was viewing an email in OE I clicked the littl X in the window that display my addresses (on lower left) and I clicked the little X on the upper left window that displays things like folders, and they both dissappeared. NOW how do I get them back? I have searched thru tools,options,view,etc everything on that bar with no success.
I forgot to mention that this happened on my WinME computer not the WinXP one.

Greg & Grimm
 
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Open OE, click View, then Layout and have a bit of a play in there for a while.
Check or uncheck the various options, then click apply and ok to make them stick.
 

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Thanks, gonna go down and try that altho I thought I tried all the options but old age does funny things so I will go try again. Greg & Grimm
 
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mgbgtgrimm said:
I thought I tried all the options but old age does funny things so I will go try again.
Theres actually a little demon that lives in there that changes all the settings just for fun. Looking forward to the day I catch him.
 

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You ain't just whistling Dixe! I have two computers running and every time either one does a re-boot, for what ever reason, something gets changed, icons on desktop move around, opening windows gets different looks amazing. I think MS is the BIGGEST HACKER in the globe.
 
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