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WhenI type in a link in Outlook 2003, it changes to yellow.

Posted on 2008-06-18
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When I type in a URL in the message body in Outlook 2003, it changes to yellow and becomes invisible.  I have it set to be blue and underlined.  I do not have Word as the editor and my  sig line is fine.
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Do you have any stationary you are using when creating emails?
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No, I do not use stationary.  What's wierd is that when I use Word as my editor, it screws up my signature.  When I turn that off, my sig is fine..but when I type or insert a URL, it turns yellow.  When I send th eemail, it looks fine on the other end.  However, this is our CEO's PC and he hates that.
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I renamed his profile and logged in, creating a new profile and created a new Outlook profile and that has corrected the issue. You can close this thread.
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