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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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    Macro for 'Back' button

    I've ticked the MS Word 11 Object Library in References but the debugger still doesn't like my Selection.HomeKey. Can you point me in the right direction please. I'm not sure what I need to declare in the first line or two. Many thanks.
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Looked at the link but was rather out of my depth. Sorry, but I think I'm going to need a little more of your help on this please. And, yes, I do use Word as my email editor. Thanks (and no hurry by the way).
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Diane, Many thanks - that's excellent. Just one thing I tried to write a macro to cover this (to enable the back button) but it doesn't seem to work (I created it in Word so perhaps it uses a different VBA syntax from Outlook?) The business line is Selection.HomeKey Unit:=wdLine - have I done...
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    Many thanks for that Diane. Curiously I can't find the 'View in Browser' you refer to - I've got 'View in Internet Zone' but that doesn't appear to change much! However, in any case, I didn't really want to have to use another window and thought it would be relatively simple to create a macro...
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    Macro for 'Back' button

    It's even stranger than I thought because on the main Outlook interface there is a web toolbar (which, of course, includes a back button) but I cannot make it appear on the interface when I open a particular email (and it is not listed there either). Surely there must be a way of copying the...
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