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    Outlook Macro to show Flagged messages

    Michael Many thanks for that. I couldn't find CurrentView or the help sample you referred to but, in the meantime, found this www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28648029/Outlook-Macro-to-Change-Views.html which does exactly what I wanted. (I see it includes CurrentView, so it must be there I...
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    Outlook Macro to show Flagged messages

    Hi I wonder if anyone can help me with an Outlook macro please (I'm using Outlook 2003 by the way)? I have a view called Flagged Messages which is defined to filter my Inbox and show only the emails which have a coloured flag - so I can focus on working on these. It is somewhat cumbersome...
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    Outlook 2003 problem with Windows 10 Creators Update 1709

    I still very happily use Outlook 2003 (32 bit) and it has been working well with Windows 10 (64 bit) pc until the recent Creators Update 1709. After this update, when I opened Outlook all appeared normal until I realised it was not 'sending and receiving'. When I tried to access the Email...
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    Outlook 2003 editing problem

    Ah ha, you could be right. I'll do some testing and report back.
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    Outlook 2003 editing problem

    Thanks, Diane. Yes, no error messages. It seems to be mainly HTML emails I have trouble with. If I amend the subject line and then close the email, I'm prompted to save the changes (as usual). However, if I amend the text, the changes aren't saved. Plain text email editing works ok.
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    Outlook 2003 editing problem

    I have two computers with Outlook 2003. On the first - Windows XP - using 'Edit, Edit message' I can edit incoming mail to my heart's content. However, on the second - Windows 7 - whilst I can edit some emails this way, others I cannot or at least I can edit them but the changes aren't saved...
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    Avast! Antispam toolbar

    Diane Don't know what I'm doing wrong here but I bet it's something pretty simple! Since I couldn't get the debugger to like my single line of code, I tried calling the macro that works when I trigger it manually instead (see below). However, the debugger doesn't like that either! (When I...
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    Avast! Antispam toolbar

    Many thanks. Moved your code to the top of ThisOutlookSession and problem disappeared. However, when I open an email the debugger pops up highlighting my single line of code in the following sub – hope I put it in the right place? Sub YourProcedure(myMsg As Outlook.MailItem) ' this...
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    Avast! Antispam toolbar

    Diane Thank you so much for that – what a lot of code is needed for a simple operation! However, I must have done something wrong. I copied your code into ThisOutlookSession and then added my one line (from the macro) below ‘this is where you do the real work’. However, when I now open...
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    Avast! Antispam toolbar

    Diane Many thanks for that. However, I'm making progress on the macro front. When I open an email, this seems to do the trick (I’m currently running the macro with a toolbar button): Sub Disable_Avast_Toolbar() ActiveInspector.CommandBars("avast! Antispam").Visible = False End Sub...
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    Avast! Antispam toolbar

    Hi deltaecho5, Many thanks for that although, to be honest, it's one of the methods I've tried in the past. As you say, it does work - but only until the next Avast Programme update, so you have to keep repeating it. That's why I wondered if anyone knew how to write an auto-open macro which...
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Thanks - never heard of SendKeys before! However, a macro with just - Interaction.SendKeys ("{HOME}") - seems to do exactly what I wanted, both with html and non-html emails. Mission accomplished - thanks again.
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Thanks, yes but can't one create a non-Word macro in Outlook to simulate pressing the Home key?
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Hi Diane, Thank you so much for that although do I therefore assume there is no further way forward? It seems almost unbelievable that one cannot create an Outlook 2003 macro which simply mimics pressing the Home key. (Although I do use Word as my Outlook editor, I only went down the route of...
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Diane, Sorry but I'm afraid I really do need your help on this! I've tried everything I can think of! Thanks, V
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