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I have outlook 2010 on Win 7 fully patched.
When I display my inbox, one of my columns is the "flag status"
Under "show columns" I have it ordered so it should be on the far left hand side of the screen but in the actualy display it is on the far right hand side.
Changing the order in the Show Columns does not change where it is on the screen.
How to I get to to be on the left?
Thanks
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Have you tried just dragging the column to the position you want it in?
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by:ie0
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Yes, other columns drag fine, but the flagged does not.
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I've researched this and from what I can tell, it's not possible. Apparently this was an allowed thing up through 2003 and perhaps into 2007, but I'm not sure it was even an option in 2007.
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