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I have M$ 07 Outlook and I was wondering, how do I add to the startup, so I don't haft to manually start it up everytime?
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Hi Clay1, if you have an icon on your desktop or in your Quick Launch bar, then just make a copy of it and place the copy in your Startup folder. If you open your Start menu, click Programs (or All Programs), you should see a folder called Startup. Anything you place in that folder will be loaded each time your computer loads. It's a good idea to check it from time to time, as newly installed programs sometimes add things that you may not need, and then they just take up your resources...

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PS. Welcome to Geeks to Go! I forgot to check that it was your first post!

Edited by ruthandtroy, 16 June 2007 - 05:50 PM.

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Thank you, I've never known about that. I just learned something new! Thanks. I was going to use Clay as my name but it was taken}: Thanks for the warm welcome!

-Clay

Edited by Clay1, 16 June 2007 - 05:55 PM.

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Sure no worries, if you ever got problems (or answers, for that matter) then feel free to post away!
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Sure no worries, if you ever got problems (or answers, for that matter) then feel free to post away!

Alright, thanks.
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