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Outlook 2002 default search settings

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How do I change the default search parameter in Outlook 2002 from "subject line" to "subject line and message body".? The majority of my searches need to look in both the subject line and message body and I don't want to keep clicking Advanced Search each time.
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Question by:BuddiV
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Hello BuddiV,

You can perform this registry edit to modify the default search
http://www.theeldergeek.com/set_default_search_options.htm

Hope this helps!
war1
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