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Outlook 2003, Moving the Reading Pane to the Middle?

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Hello,

I need help in moving the Reading Pane in Outlook 2003, to the middle of the screen, where the Inbox is.

I'd like the layout as follows: Navigation Pane | Reading Pane | Inbox Emails

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Hi YoungBonzi,

The only position choices for the reading pane are Right and Bottom.  There is no option for middle.

Cheers!
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