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Dual Monitors and Outlook 2013

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I can open outlook restore down move to 2nd monitor and maximize it, close outlook, open it and 90% of the time it opens on 2nd monitor, but it will revert back and start opening backup on 1st monitor. Running Windows 7 Pro 64bit.
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You could use a utility like DisplayFusion to assign where it opens, so every time it'll open where it's suppose to.   Also this utility removes the requirement to restore down, you can simply drag any window over even if it's in fullscreen mode.    There is a free version of DisplayFusion that'll do the job.

Ultramon is another dual screen utility that i used for many years, but i've gravitated to DisplayFusion now.

Both will do the job, plus many other handy features.
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