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Outllook 2013 - Location int the appointment

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With Outlook 2013, when I create a new appointment, in the field "Location", there is many choices of location that I have already entered in the scrollbar. But I want to remove one of the choice that appears, but I can not do it.

Is that these choices can be found in a file on my computer?
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David Lee earned 2000 total points
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Hi, dgswin.

The location MRU (most recently used) entries aren't stored in a file.  They're stored in the registry.  This article explains how to find and delete them.
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Very fast solution!
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