RE: really need help with outlook 2003

I posted this before and hope the list forgives me, but here it is again.
1.  Go to the View on the menu bar (alt+v).
2. Go into Arrange submenu (enter a).
3.Go to customize (enter m).
4.  Tab until you hear Sort by.... Button.
5.  Enter.
6. You will be in a sort by order group box.
7.  I chosed Receiving.
8.  tab to a set of radio buttons (ascending or descending)
9.  Choose the way you want your email to be sorted.
10.  Hit OK.
11.  Hit OK again.
This works in 2003 and 2007.
sam
  
-----Original Message-----
From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
Arnaud
Sent: Sunday, March 06, 2011 11:05 AM
To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: really need help with outlook 2003

i thought you were on my side, going the asle of help. no with sattelitre.

Le 14/02/2011 19:08, Bissett, Tom a écrit :
> To put your new messages at the bottom of the list you can use your 
> jaws cursor go to the top of the screen/window go down about four or 
> five lines to find a line with a row of icons "Favorite Folders From 
> Subject Received Size In Folder"
> locate the received icon and left mouse click with the numpad slash.
> This will put your new messages at the bottom of the list.
> Regards
>
> Tom Bisset
>
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> *From:* jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On 
> Behalf Of *Adrian Spratt
> *Sent:* February 14, 2011 1:02 PM
> *To:* jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> *Subject:* RE: really need help with outlook 2003
>
> Heather,
> Dave Carlson gave you some starting tips, and it was his instructions 
> that enabled me to switch from OE to Outlook 2003 last year. After 
> you've made the adjustments he has suggested so far, post any new 
> questions as problems occur.
> I work easily in Outlook 2003. One seeming drawback compared to OE is 
> that sighted assistance may be needed to place new messages at the 
> bottom of a folder list. I gave up and just got used to having them 
> arrive at the top. It proved to be an easy mental adjustment.
> Other listers can tell you about other email applications that work on 
> your machine. However, if you give Outlook a little time and a few 
> tweaks, you may find it has several advantages. Many like the calendar.
> I like the ability to select a series of messages from the message 
> list and convert them in a single operation into a single text file.
>
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> --
> *From:* jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] *On 
> Behalf Of *Heather
> *Sent:* Monday, February 14, 2011 11:36 AM
> *To:* jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> *Subject:* really need help with outlook 2003
>
>         Hello,I am trying to get back to e-mail after a a week when I
>         had to buy a win7 machine and found that I am forced to use
>         outlook 2003 as outlook express apparently will not be able to
>         function in win7. Can someone please tell me how to simplify
>         outlook instead of having links etc? Are the commands the same
>         and how do I change the message order so the top has the past
>         messages and the bottom has the messages just comming in the
>         box? I know that some claim that you can make outlook express
>         work but, I here it is difficult unless you are good with
>         computers. Also is there an easy program out there like outlook
>         express? So far I find I really don't like microsoft outlook but
>         perhaps if I can simplify the process, it might be easier! Thank
>         you so much! Heather
>

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