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How can I disable the CC field in Outlook 2003 Email Forms?

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How can I disable the CC field in Outlook 2003 Email Forms? In the Options dialog you can turn on/off the BCC & From fields, but I have not been able to find how to turn off the CC field.
Running OL 2003 on WinXP Pro.
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Disable E-Mail Address Autocomplete
 
When you compose mail with Outlook 2003, whenever you start typing names in the To, CC, or BCC fields, Outlook 2003 will try to automatically complete the name based off of names or e-mail addresses to whom you have previously sent e-mail. While some people like this feature in that it can theoretically save typing, others find it an annoyance. If desired, you can disable this autocomplete feature:

1. Click "Tools", selecting "Options".
2. When the "Options" multi-tabbed dialog box appears, click the "Preferences" tab.
3. Click "E-Mail Options".
4. When the "Advanced E-Mail Options" dialog appears, uncheck "Suggest names while completing To, CC, and Bcc fields".
5. Click "OK" to close the dialog box.

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Guru, thanks for the link.
You are correct I really only wanted to hide the CC field, this sounds easier anyway than modifying OL forms.
Q: how can I do that?

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Greetings:

You can hide the bcc field and the from field, but I don't see an option to hide the cc field.
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