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Hyperlink insert action looks different on various Outlook clients

Posted on 2008-06-23
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We have Exchange 2007 SP1 running with Outlook 2003 SP3 clients.

When two users in a new composed email choose Insert/Hyperlink, the hyperlink sub-window is different for the users.

Below are the two snapshots where both users, using the same software have different views.

What is causing this?


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I suspect that one user has Word 2003 as their email editor (Tools/Options/Mail Format) and the other doesn't.
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YES!  Thanks
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