Re: how do I lock the toolbars in outook 2003

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wouldn't be a good add-on to be able to lock the toolbars. I too have been
searching for a lock in documentation and web for a long time. The toolbar
area can get to look like a checkerboard with no rhyme.
Thanks,
Dave - CA

"aws" wrote:

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> "Remove ABCD from Email address to reply" wrote:
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> > Outlook does not have an option to lock toolbar. I am guessing that you are
> > having a problem with them not staying in place where you place them. The
> > mostly likely cause is add-ins and there really is no solution other than
> > deleting addin tool bar
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> > > >
> > Neil
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> > "aws" <aws> wrote in message
> > news:0D85D9B9-481C-4E12-AA89-767657DED49C@microsoft.com...
> > > How do I lock the tool bars on Outlook 2003?

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> >
> > Thanks Neil, just what I needed to know, I spent hours trying to find out how to lock it so they stand in place.

 

Brian Tillman

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"dmeronuck" <dmeronuck> wrote in message
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> wouldn't be a good add-on to be able to lock the toolbars. I too have been
> searching for a lock in documentation and web for a long time. The toolbar
> area can get to look like a checkerboard with no rhyme.


Each toolbar has the responsibility of maintaining and remembering its own
position. With no third-party toolbars install, the standard toolbars
supplied with Outlook remember their positions just fine. Throw a misbehaving
third-party toolbar that doesn't play by the rules into the mix and all bets
are off.

 
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UGFya2Vy

Ok, ok. I'm being resonable, and rational and I know that runs contrary to
much of our world, but why would the TOOLBARS be customizable is the
customizations are not able to be kept?

Parker MOS student

"Brian Tillman " wrote:

> "dmeronuck" <dmeronuck> wrote in message
> news:76963E1A-C596-47D8-BC77-ED6513B5F1E9@microsoft.com...
>
> > wouldn't be a good add-on to be able to lock the toolbars. I too have been
> > searching for a lock in documentation and web for a long time. The toolbar
> > area can get to look like a checkerboard with no rhyme.

>
> Each toolbar has the responsibility of maintaining and remembering its own
> position. With no third-party toolbars install, the standard toolbars
> supplied with Outlook remember their positions just fine. Throw a misbehaving
> third-party toolbar that doesn't play by the rules into the mix and all bets
> are off.
> >

>
>

 

Brian Tillman

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"Parker" <Parker> wrote in message
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> Ok, ok. I'm being resonable, and rational and I know that runs contrary to
> much of our world, but why would the TOOLBARS be customizable is the
> customizations are not able to be kept?


The toolbars themselves must contain the code to pay attention to the
customizations. Many don't.

 
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