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MS Outlook 2003 editing text like word


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newnoi

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I have a MS Outlook 2003, and I want that the first letter of a paragraph (like in Word 2003) be allways upper case, even if I am typing allways in lower case letters.
I asked to my friends, and nobody have the solution. I know that it is possible, because I got it with my old computer with the same OFFICE 2003 with MS Proofing tools 2003.
Thank you for help
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coachwife6

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Did you take the MS Outlook 2003 disc and copy it onto your new machine? If you do that, sometimes, it does not allow you all the benefits, or abilities you are accustomed to. If it is a brand new disc holding MOutlook 2003 there is probably something in your options tab that allows that.
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Finally I found the solution.
It is possiblein the input and output e-mail to selectin the menu, tools>options, >autocorrections options> the possibility to choose to put the first letter of a paragraphe in upper case, but it doesnt work when you write an email.
For solving the problem is necessary to push new as you want to send an email, and then go to tools> autocorrection option> and click in put the first letter of a paragrphe in upper case
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