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Outlook Notes form: how to add vertical scroll bar

Posted on 2006-11-07
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hi- i use outlook 2003.  i use the notes a lot.  i have many notes that are way to big to fit on a note, so they scroll.  however, the note form does not force it to have scroll bars so you have to manuallly scroll with the down arrow key on the keyboard.  
can someone tell me how to force the note form to have a vertical scroll bar?

thanks!
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Frankco earned 500 total points
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Hi pvmatt,

Got some bad news for you. There is no scroll bars in Notes. The only thing you can do, which you are doing, is to resize the Notes window.

cheers,
frankco
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isnt there any way to customize the notes "form" so that it includes scrollbars?
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