[access-uk] Re: Windows Messenger question

does it ask you for you username/password when you do this? if not,
try the sign in as option on the file menu, enter your details and
then choose to save your password, you should then be able to sign in
your usual way.

Best:
Jack


On 7/31/07, Catherine Turner <catherineturner2000@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Lately I've noticed that when I go into Windows Messenger and go to "sign
> in" under the file menu, "sign in" is unavailable.  I have to use the JAWS
> cursor to click at the bottom of the screen where it says "click here to
> sign in" to get to sign in.  Does anyone know why this is?
>
> Catherine
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