Instructions at http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/macros4outlook/index.php?title=QuoteFix_Macro seem to be a bit out of date.
I got as far as step 3 under "Import Macros", did the "Debug > Compile", which didn't complain, so I guess it worked. I had to improvise on step 2, since I didn't see any "Modules" on the screen to right-click on. I found "Import" in the File menu and used that, and then the "Modules" appeared under Project1, with QuoteFixMacro under Modules.
Ignoring step 4 for now ("If you don't want to get a security warning") - I can't get far enough for any security warning to appear anyway.
The first step under "Assign macros to buttons" is "Right-click on the toolbar and select Customize". I'm not entirely sure whether I am still supposed to be in the "Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications" window, or if I was supposed to close that and go back to the main window, and if it is the main window, which of the many many rows and columns of icons constitute "the toolbar" that I'm supposed to right-click on.
All the choices seem to be wrong, since the next step is "Go to the Commands tab and navigate to the Macro category" and I haven't been able to find that sequence anywhere. In the "Visual Basic for Applications" window, I got as far as the Commands tab after right-click on toolbar and Customize, but the word "Macro" fails to appear anywhere.
Another guess, that the toolbar in question is the row of large icons in the main window, leads to 2 choices that might be the "Customize" I'm supposed to choose: "Customize Quick Access Toolbar" and "Customize the Ribbon". Oh boy, there's something called a ribbon! I wonder if that's the thing I just clicked on.
Anyone? Explain it to me like I'm a 5-year old who'd rather be using unix.