When I send a new email how can I get the name to automatically appear in the To: box

I used to be able to start typing a name in the To: box when sending an email and the name of the person or options for others would automatically appear.  I am not able to do this now.  Is there a setting that I can check to enable this option again?  Thank you for your help!
kclinton59Asked:
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sunray_2003Commented:
Hi kclinton59,

what version of outlook ?
try this
open outlook
go to tools > options > email options > advanced email options > and check
suggest names while completing to , cc and bcc fields
press OK and check now
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kclinton59Author Commented:
Sunray 2003,

Thanks for the suggestion.  I am running Outlook 2000 SP-3.  I tried looking for that option but it was not their.  What do you recommend next?
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sunray_2003Commented:
Sorry I donot have OL 2000 hence not sure.. Let me research and get back to you..

Was it working fine and suddenly you were not able to type in TO field ..
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flyguybobCommented:
Bug the snot out of the resident geek in your office and get them to install Outlook 2003 for you.  If you have an Exchange server and Client Access Licenses you should be licensed for Outlook 2003.

Side Note:  Computer geeks respond really well to cookies and other baked goods!
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