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Outlook 2007 Vote Tracking

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How do I view the vote tracking in Outlook 2007?  In previous versions there was a Tracking tab in the original sent message.  Where did Microsoft hide this in 2007?
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Go into your Sent Items and open the message that has the voting buttons.  Click the Message tab, and then click Tracking.  That should do it.
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Thanks, CB.  Unfortunately there is no "Tracking".  Outlook Help says it should be in the "Show" group but there is no "Show" group in the ribbons.  Any ideas?
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Here is a screen shot which displays what it should look like.

Dawn Bleuel
Word MVP
MessageTracking.gif
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by:dmarias
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I see that now but, I swear it wasn't there before.  The message was sent at 11:00 this morning.  The first response was at 11:05.  The Tracking button suddenly appeared at 12:45.  Not sure why the delay.  I remember there was often a lag in previous Outlook versions as well.

Thanks for your help, anyway!
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