My PC is an HP e9150t quad core machine using an Intel i7 CPU (firstname.lastname@example.org GHz). I have 8 GB of RAM and am running Windows 7 Home Premium-64-Bit. I have Microsoft Outlook 2007, and since I have never used it and never intend to use it, I wanted to delete the toolbar for the business contact manager.
I went to View > Toolbars > Customize > Clicked on the Business Contact Manager for Outlook toolbar (which was checked) > Selected Delete > Confirmed that yes I did want to actually delete it when the message came up > The toolbar was now gone from the list of toolbars, and I clicked close for the customize window.
When the window closed, the toolbar was still showing on the top of my Outlook, and when I checked the available toolbars again it was back as though I never tried to delete it. I closed down and reopened Outlook, without impacting anything.
What do I need to do to get rid of this thing or at least have it not display?
Thank you for your help.