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I am a software architect, living in Charlotte, NC.


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comment Is there a hot-key that qualifies email recipients while entering recipients names within a corporate directory?
Bingo! That's it. Thank you.
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comment Is there a hot-key that qualifies email recipients while entering recipients names within a corporate directory?
@Tyson, those instructions are for outlook 2003. I'm using 2010 and since MS went to that blasted toolstrip, I can't find a "tools" menu, nor this option from the Options dialog.
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comment Is there a hot-key that qualifies email recipients while entering recipients names within a corporate directory?
I certainly can click on the "To:" field/button and, in fact, I have. I just know that multiple other email tools have had a quicker way of searching corporate contact dbs, which is where the contact dialog defaults to when I click on the To field. The auto-complete does work, but only for contacts that I've added to my personal contact list. I'd prefer, however, for auto-complete to do a look up from my corporate contacts list (which probably has over 10k contacts.)
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comment Can I change the default Access 2010 view to allow for “Window”ed objects?
Excellent! You have just made my week!
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comment Can I change the default Access 2010 view to allow for “Window”ed objects?
No, there is no feature like that. I've tried all of the obvious steps. In fact, I'm quite doubtful there is a solution to this problem, but I can't find where anyone has asked this before. Certainly there are other data-nerds out there that need to have their eyes jump back-and-forth between 3-5 sets of data in Access!
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