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I want to know what is required to setup Microsoft Office 97 so I can fax directly from this program.. Do I need to set up a profile on Exchange?  I get the fax wizard but when I click on SEND FAX NOW I get an error message in Word saying the "object" has been deleted and the fax cannot be sent.  Also having lots of trouble setting up Exchange.
Help!!!  Linda
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Well Snowbunny2, it's sounds like your missing something. Go to Control Panel, Add and Remove Programs and make sure that Microsoft Fax and Windows Messaging are both checked. Once there checked, say ok to exit out and it should as you for the Windows 95 CDrom to install them. Once this is done, then you shouldn't have a problem faxing from Office 97. If you do let me know and we can troubleshoot the problem.

Good Luck!
Mike
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