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I would like to reset the global email  default template in Outlook 2003 what is the best way to proceed?  Tony
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find the folder where the template is stored - you can do this in word under Options, advanced, file locations.

there should be a copy of normalemail.dot saved there - this is your current template - replace this with a copy of the original default - I don't have 2003 so can't provide it

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Thanks for your txt. Reg.
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