Hi Sue, I'll bet it doesn't say 3-11-2006.Now that I got the kidding out of my system, one of the easiest ways would be to drop to a command prompt. If you want to get there click Start, Programs, Accessories, and finally Command Prompt. Then type "date" followed by enter. Don't enter the quote marks. You will get something like:
The current date is: Sun 03/11/2007 Enter new date (mm-dd-yy)after you enter the new date in the format specified and whack enter, type "exit" followed by an Enter and the command prompt will close. Once again don't type the quotes.
You can do the same thing to change the time if you wish, of course with the "time" command. I don't know what screen reader you're using, or how it is setup, but I'm using JFW and it talks fine. Worst case, you'll have to review the screen to see what's there if your DOS box doesn't speak automatically. By the way, if you decide you don't want to change what is already there, just whack enter without typing in any values and it will retain the old date or time. These are changing the system date and time, so we'll have to see what Outlook makes of the change.
HTH Dave At 03:15 PM 3/25/2007, you wrote:
Help!Sorry for the off topic, but my computer is set to change to daylight savings time on the first Sun. of April. Instead of that, we changed today. Okay, here is my problem.When I send myself a test message in Outlook Express it has what it should: 3-11-2006. However, if I hit reply, it says: Sent Sunday, March 25, 2007. How can I fix this? I cannot find the days of the week and days of the month in date/time under control panel.Thanks, and sorry for the off topic. Sue S.
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