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outlook 2003 disapearing on minimize

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i have my boss when he minimizes his outlook it goes down to the taskbar and disapears. if he goes start programs and clicks the outlook icon it opens outlook like it was minimizeD? why is it not staying at the task bar
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The icon should be down by the clock. If you right click the icon down there there is an option for Hide When Minimized. If that is checked Outlook will minimize to the icon by the clock and not the taskbar. To have it go to the taskbar uncheck the Hide When Minimized option.
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