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Re-enable Windows Sticky Notes "Delete Note" warning

Posted on 2014-12-10
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Hello,

I was just looking at a different computer than the one I generally use. It is running Windows 7 and I noticed that clicking to close Sticky Notes results in the following pop-up warning:
imageI am also running Windows 7 on my own system but do not get the same warning — which tells me that at some point in the past, I must have clicked the option "Don't display this message again".

Once that option is selected, is there a way to un-select it? In other words, how can I get the warning to start appearing again?

Thanks
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Here you can download a fixit to do this.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971605/en-us

Ther eis no way in the unser interface from windows to do it.
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Zsolt Pribusz earned 500 total points
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Start registry editor

Go to key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Applets\StickyNotes

Change PROMPT_ON_DELETE value to 1
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