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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I use outlook 2007.  Not sure why, but my send button is now missing from whenever I want to send an email.  It used to be on the top left corner, but I cannot see it anywhere.  Also all my fonts are not like about 8 font size, can I be under attack by a virus or a malware.  Thank u.
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I'd perform a complete backup of my PST and create a new mail profile as a first step.
Leave the current profile there so that you can go back to it.
Control Panel > User Accounts > Mail > Show Profiles > Add.

If the Send button is there - you can import your full PST from the backup and delete the old profile.
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First of all, make sure that you have your Outlook activated. Because it disables send functionality when trial expires. Second, make sure you have at least one email account configured: you can't send messages if you have no email accounts.
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thank u.
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