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I have recently changed from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010 and don't like it. How do I change back to Outlook 2003?

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You uninstall Outlook 2010 and then install Outlook 2003. Or is there any other problem?
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try to check for system restore point before your upgrade, and revert to it
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