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Change default cascade positioning of opened emails in Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hello,

Whenever I open more than one email in Outlook (2010), they open in different positions on my screen following a cascade pattern.  Is there any way to change that so that each of them opens in the same position?

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This is Not an Outlook Option But a Windows Desktop Setting

Windows Position Options for Multiple Windows on your Desktop (Outlook, Word, Excel, Notepad, IE7 ect ect)

These can eigther be set to Cascade, Stacked , or Side By Side
You can access these setting from your Task Bar, by right clicking on it, or CTRL + Right CLick on your task bar.

However, this may differ depending on your OS

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