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How to change the default appearance of the OWA 2007 navigation icon

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Is there any way to set the default appearance of the OWA 2007 navigation icon at the lower left hand corner such that it is iconized by default (instead of in the forms of navigation bars)?

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Have a look at this page, it gives a good overview on customizing your OWA ;

http://exchangeweb.blogspot.com/2007/10/owa-outlook-web-access-2007-css-images.html
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Is there any simplier way?

All I want is to minimize the navigation bars into navigation icons as default. We don't need to change any image or style. It look like an overkill to me to change the theme.

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