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Old 05-16-2012, 11:58 AM
rics23 rics23 is offline Recurring messed up new message window. Windows XP Recurring messed up new message window. Office 2003
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hi everyone,

I am having an issue that occurs 3 - 4 times a day. my job requires me to be constantly by replying and composing emails so I lose time having to restart.

When I create a new email, the window pops up and the top bar of the window with the resize buttons is missing.

My To: and CC: buttons are there but no field to enter the text.



Several of my icons above that are missing as well, and overall the window looks, well, weird and incomplete.

<SEE ATTACHED SCREENSHOT OF WINDOW>

here is my system info

MS Outlook 2003
Windows XP Pro, 5.1 2600 build
HP machine
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