"Send To... ". Set it for my ISP.

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aroominyork

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I run Windows 98SE and AOL9.0. OK, I may not been state of the art but I'd appreciate some help...

I go to Start button > Documents > Right Click on a document > Sent To...

I then get an option to send to Mail Recipient Using Microsoft Outlook. I want the option to put it in an email using AOL. I used to have this option but after a software reload it has gone.

Any ideas please?
 

JSntgRvr

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Open Internet Explorer. Select Tools, then Internet Options. Select the Programs tab. Make sure the E-Mail entry is AOL.
 

JSntgRvr

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I am running W98 and AOL, and if I change this entry I can see the change to OutLook Express if Outlook Express is selected as the E-mail client and back to AOL when is modified. Under the Connection tab, is AOL your default Dial-up Networking? See if by repairing the intenet explorer that issue is resolved.

Repair the Internet Explorer:

Go to Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Information. Select Tools from the Menu, then the Internet Explorer Repair Tool. Follow instructions on screen to repair the Explorer. If you are running a version of IE, other than IE 6.0 SP1, download the latest version for your Operating System at:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/default.mspx

If that fails, download Hijackthis and run it. Post the log here:

http://www.majorgeeks.com/download3155.html

Best wishes!
 
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