For a lot of people Outlook Express is the way to go if they didn't want to deal with all of the different things Microsoft Outlook has to offer. I think that Outlook Express is for the older generation. What I mean by that is Outlook Express is for someone that is not working that just needs a simple email program with not a lot of Keystrokes and different functions. I really see a good Use for the Calendar Feature in Outlook because it reminds me of appointments that I have throughout the week. Outlook is also for a person who needs to work and needs a calendar or a Journal to keep. Laura Shumate The Arc of Dauphin and Lebanon Counties Harsco Center 2569 Walnut St Harrisburg, PA 17103 Phone: (717) 920-2727 Fax: (717) 920-2730 www.arcofdc.org <http://www.arcofdc.org/> Affiliate of The Arc of PA Advocacy & resources for citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities & their families ------------Confidentiality Notice ------------- This e-mail message, together with any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and or privileged information. The information may be protected by state and federal laws, including, without limitation, the provisions of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), which prohibit unauthorized disclosure. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure, forwarding, or distribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient and have received this message in error, please contact the sender by reply e-mail immediately and destroy all copies of the original message. From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Will Cummings Sent: Tuesday, October 06, 2009 1:28 PM To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: RE: JFW and Outlook 2007 Hi again, Dave, your suggestions are awesome. I'll keep them in mind, and try to figure out if anything else is screwing up the audio. Paul, as for the Outlook Express vs Outlook, I used to use Express, but have been converted to the full Outlook suite after a job a couple years ago and being forced to learn how to use it. Other than that, there's no good reason not to try Express. If I continue to have problems, I'll give it a try. Thanks for all your help, Will From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dave Carlson Sent: October-05-09 4:33 PM To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: JFW and Outlook 2007 Will, XP Pro, JAWS 9, Outlook 2007 Usually when this happens to me, it's because of one of these reasons: 1. Another application like WinAmp is still in background and messes with the display settings somehow. Shut it down and I can navigate the Outlook list again. 2. A background pop-up window is trying to get my attention, such as my VPN software, or a virus-checker report. Again messes with the display settings or something. Extricate any and I can again read the Outlook list again. 3. In rare cases, having visited the web and gone through any of a number of web sites might mess with the display, but even after dismissing IE 7 I still can't read the list. Then I unload Outlook 2007 and start again. In very rare cases I need to actually reboot. 4. On my laptop, I used to have the display rotation enabled, and a certain keystroke (can't remember now which) would rotate 90 degrees. Would be fine while still in the application where it happened, but once I switch back to Outlook 2007, nothing reads. Had to reboot, or go to the graphics properties on my desktop and put it back to normal and re-start Outlook 2007. There you have a few things to consider. Dave ----- Original Message ----- From: Will Cummings <mailto:will.cummings@xxxxxxxxx> To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, October 05, 2009 09:17 Subject: JFW and Outlook 2007 Hi all, I've been running into this problem for a while, but am starting to get very frustrated. I could rant on and on about why I want a new laptop, but that's beside the point... I often leave Outlook running almost all day. More often than not, when I navigate back to Outlook to check emails, JFW gives me the message "List box. Use the arrow keys to navigate up and down" but won't read me the title and subject of the email. Restarting either Outlook or JFW, in any combination, usually doesn't solve the problem, and I have to restart the system. Also for some reason, when I exit or start JFW, the signal is lost to my external monitor, and I have to unplug and reattach the external monitor. Whether or not I have zoomtext running at the same time doesn't seem to have any relevance to the problem occurring. I'm running Vista Business 32bit, with JFW 10 and Outlook 7. Any help with either problem would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance, Will P.S. Would reformatting and going back to XP make my system any more stable, ie less problems with Jaws, zoomtext, etc?