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Customize Outlook XP

By gknicks71 ·
I want to customoze the way Outlook XP looks. I have the standard One column, two cloumn, Winter summer, etc....But I want to know if there is other options to customize outlooks appearence, such as Microsoft downloads or third party downloads? Please let me know if any one has a idea!

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by DKlippert In reply to Customize Outlook XP

"Self-extracting EXE files install information for customizing the Outlook Today page. Download OutToday.exe for the white paper. Download OutExmple.exe for source files and samples."

http://tinyurl.com/2kre

Finding Information About Customizing Outlook Today 236081

http://tinyurl.com/2krf

"A digital dashboard builds on the Outlook Today concept of displaying a folder "home page" to combine personal, company and external data into a single display that might appear in a browser or in Outlook 2000 or 2002."


http://www.slipstick.com/dev/dashboard.htm

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/outlooktoday.htm

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by gknicks71 In reply to Customize Outlook XP

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by Plettner In reply to Customize Outlook XP

Hi,

You can also set Outlook Today to an HTML file. So, in effect, you can bung something together in FrontPage or whatever and save it to the HDD. Just right-click the Outlook Today icon (on the Outlook Bar) and go to properties. Click the Home Page tab and then browse to your favourite web page or the file you create with FrontPage.

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