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Exit Outlook: Do you want to save changes?

Posted on 2009-05-15
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For the past few weeks, sometimes when I close Outlook, I am asked "Do you want to save changes?" I have no idea what the question could be referring to. No Outlook objects are open at the time of exiting. It almost makes me wonder if I have a virus. Any ideas?

NOTE: I've answered the question both ways: Yes or No.
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Question by:dlogan7
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Patrick Matthews earned 500 total points
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Hello dlogan7,

If you are using Word as your email editor, it is possible that whatever it is yur are doing is forcing a change
in the email template, and that could be causing the prompt at close...

Regards,

Patrick
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by:emrichbke
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I'm pretty sure mathewspatrick is the reason. How do I solve this issue?
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