Is there a way to set Outlook 2003 to use WordPerfect instead of Word as its email editor?

Posted on 2008-02-08
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Thanks for any helpful info.
Question by:WineGeek
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value is 20000 hexadecimal for Outlook as the default editor....
value is 20001 hexadecimal for Word as the default editor....

Dont think there is another way...

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johnb6767 earned 2000 total points
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Change the 10.0 to 11.0 in that key for 2003, but like I said, those values whats included in Outlook, so I dont think you can figure one out for a 3rd party app....

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