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how to make outlook default when send to mail recipient as attachment

Posted on 2008-10-28
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On my new computer, we installed Office 2003, with outlook, etc.  When I
highlight a files, right click, and send to mail recipient as attachment, it
always brings up Outlook Express, which I dont ever use, or have contact info
stored.  How can I change the default program for sending these
attachments?

Thanks,
Dom
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Andres Perales earned 125 total points
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In internet explorer, tools, internet options, Programs tab, select your default email application
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Or "Set Program Access and Defaults".
This is available on the Start Menu in XP and also in  Control Panel, Add Remove Programs.
 
You want to look under Choose a Default Email Program.
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