Make click here to enable instant search go away



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Make click here to enable instant search go away

Postby QnJ5YW4 » Sat, 23 Jun 2007 01:30:01 GMT

How do I make this happen in my new OL 2007 without installing
windows desktop search? I have google desktop and don't think I want two 
desktop searches... or should I consider it?

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