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Cannot see vertical scroll bar in the Contacts window in Outlook 2007

Posted on 2014-07-23
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OS - Windows 8.1 with Office MS 2007 on a new Lenovo desktop.  When using Outlook and clicking on the "TO" button in the new note panel, a view of Contacts is displayed.  However, the vertical scroll bar is not visible on the right portion of the screen.  I've researched the web and most indicate that it is an issue with screen resolution.  This is a new Lenovo desktop and the screen resolution has not been changed.  I believe it is set for 1600 x 900 which is the highest level of this stand alone monitor.  Can anyone suggest a tip to make the vertical bar appear?
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Try setting Outlook to run in Window Mode (that is, not Full Screen). Does the scroll bar return?
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@tonyadam  - Thank you and I was happy to help.
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