"Look for:" toolbar in Outlook 2003 - how do you turn off or on.

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
This is causing me way more trouble than it should.

In Outlook 2003 _above_ the list of email, and _below_ the toolbars is the "Look for:" bar.

It has Look for, Search in, Find Now, Clear, Options, X

How does one make that 'bar' reappear if it has been 'x'd off?


Question by:tnorman
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    Hello tnorman,

    that is a good question lost it too when trying to answer your question :)

    1. on the standard toolbar, click the find button
    2. it adds the Look for search bar to the message view

    hope this helps a bit

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