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How to change what browser is call in Outlook 2007

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When I click on a link in Microsoft Office 2007, it launches IE, but I want it to call FireFox. How can I change this default?

I know it prob is easy and I will look like an idiot when you tell me.

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Jim
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Try making Firefox your default browser.

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See I told you I will feel stupid! I didn't even know it got switched from FF to IE..... some program changed it but not sure which one. Ok, so that was easy points made for ya.

Thanks,

Jim
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