Force Outlook 2003 Reading Pane on Bottom

Posted on 2007-08-09
Last Modified: 2009-03-23
i am rolling out Office 2003 Pro using an administrative installation point located on a server with Group Policy.

i am trying to find a way to force the clients to have the Reading Pane on the bottom after the initial install.
The default seems to be the right.

I can seem to find a way to do this.

I looked at the Office 2003 Resource kit but cannot find anything that will do this.

any help please?

Question by:naifyboy123
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    Expert Comment

    Why would you force that? Let the users decide or educate them

    Accepted Solution

    becuase it is a requirement i am being requested to implement - this is not a debate i am looking for an answer on how to do it.

    can someone who is willing to actually answer question please respond.

    Thank you

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