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Solved: Changing default "save as" folder in Outlook 2007

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  1. sgl1

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    I have Googled till I'm blue in the face. Looked at a thread here and changed registry settings but still cannot seem to change the default save as folder in Outlook 2007 on an XP system.

    I want to change the default "My Documents" folder to an external hard drive. How can this be done?

    Thank you.
     
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    FINALLY got it to work. Thanks.
     
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    Still having similar issue. I go to 'attach file' and it opens My Documents folder again. This is really starting to tick me off. I want to completely remove the #@&%$ My Documents folder. I want Outlook to point to my external as I keep nothing on C drive except Windows itself!!!!
     
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