Menu command bar not showing in outlook-2003

November 11, 2009 at 21:39:10
Specs: Windows XP
The 'MENU COMMAND' of 'MENU BAR' in MS OFFICE OUTLOOK 2003 is not visible / or unable to viewed. How can it be fix, please help me.
Many Thanks; Atiur

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November 11, 2009 at 23:39:19
"Bcc" allows you to send an e-mail without showing everyone the e-mail address of the recipients. It also is the polite thing to do. This way you're not inadvertently sharing a person's e-mail with a group of people they may not know, by including them in a mass email. You can also use the "Bcc" field to quietly notify a third party that a message has been sent.

Use of "Bcc" for long lists of addresses is important for two reasons:
It protects the privacy of those to whom you send a message, and
It makes forwarded e-mail less confusing to read
When using "Bcc" add your own e-mail in the To: field to ensure yours is the only address shown.


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November 13, 2009 at 08:30:37
Not sure what the response has to do with the OP's question...

Atiur, what happens if you right-click on the toolbar? Do you get any options to display the Standard menu?


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