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click here to enable instant search

Postby exciter » Tue, 05 Feb 2008 19:45:32 GMT

I have outlook 2007 and there is always a bar standing saying:
"click here to enable instant search"

I click on it and it asks me to install desktop search.
To get rid of the message I did so but I could not install everything about 
desktop search.
So I still have this stupid message there, always.

How can i get rid of it without installing the desktip search

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Finally took the plunge and traded in Office XP (2002)  for Office 2007.

I really like the new (to me) Outlook 2007 and I have a question: The Inbox has this yellow bar with the message "Click here to enable Instant Search". I'm really not interested in Instant Search and I have not installed that component. Can I get rid of the yellow bar? I'd rather not be 'nagged' about Instant Search.

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