Outlook 2002 – Underlined Appointments, Message Folders, Tasks – Help !

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I use Outlook 2002. Out of the blue, everything on my home screen is underlined. Appointments, message folders and tasks. It is difficult to read but I am not sure where in the preferences or program itself I could go to turn off the "underline" feature. It is not an option in "customization". If I have an email address, I can send you a copy of the page if a visual is needed. Thanks in advance. Mark

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Things to try:

Resetting the Outlook Template:
Close Outlook and Search for outcmd.dat and rename it (something like outcmd.dat.old). Now open Outlook.

Create a new Outlook profile:
Go <a href=”http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/profile.htm”>here</a> for a good how to site.

Repair Outlook:
With Outlook open, click Help > Detect and Repair.

If it is STILL underlining, you could reinstall Outlook:
Go to the Add/Remove Programs in the Control Panel and highlight Microsoft Office. Click on Install/Uninstall. A menu will appear allowing you to select repair or reinstall, though you may need your original install disk.

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