Outlook 2003 Client Mailbox Format

When you open outlook 2003 client you can toggle the navigation pane display on or off.  Same for status bar and other functions.  Where is this setting stored?  I am attempting to automate the look and feel of the mailbox display via Autoit3 so when I want it always off when doing a control key it may be off or on?

Thanks

Fred
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bruintjeCommented:
Hello fhanna,

are you looking for the shortcuts? or registry entries?

the navigation pane can be toggled through  ALT+F1
the statusbar through ALT+V+S

etc...

hope this helps a bit
bruintje
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fhannaAuthor Commented:
Registry entries.  I want to know the current settings.  Also the entry for the customization of the toolbars.  In other words when outlook starts up how can I tell if toggled on or off (check mark/no check mark) when you do view or viewltoolbars, etc.

Thanks

Fred
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bruintjeCommented:
>>Also the entry for the customization of the toolbars.  In other words when outlook starts up how can I tell if toggled on or off (check mark/no check mark) when you do view or viewltoolbars, etc.

this is stored in the cmd.dat file, so if you want to see those settings you need to read that file and i'm not sure if that is possible
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upul007Commented:
outcmd.dat
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upul007Commented:
I have no objections. I just thought that the file should be outcmd.dat rather than cmd.dat

As bruintje so correctly explained the .dat file needs to be read and even I do not know how to do this. So he's correct I guess.
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