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Office offers several options to control startup, either through command-line switches or other methods. You can choose to have Outlook open forms, turn off the Preview pane (now called the Reading Pane), select a profile, and perform other tasks automatically when the program starts. The following sections describe some of the options you can specify.
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When you install Outlook, Setup places a Microsoft Outlook icon on the Start menu. You can start Outlook normally by clicking the icon. You also can start Outlook by using the Programs menu (choose Start, Programs, Microsoft Outlook). 25
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Part 1: Working With Outlook
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Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Inside Out When Outlook starts normally and without command-line switches, it prompts you for the profile to use (see Figure 1-16) if more than one exists. The profile contains your account set tings and configures Outlook for your e-mail servers, directory services, data files, and other Outlook settings.
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Figure 1-16. Outlook prompts you to choose a profile at startup.
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You can use multiple profiles to maintain multiple identities in Outlook. For example, you might use one profile for your work-related items and a second one for your personal items. To use an existing profile, simply choose it from the drop-down list in the Choose Profile dia log box and click OK. Click New to create a new profile (covered in 2, Advanced Setup Tasks ). Click Options to expand the Choose Profile dialog box, shown in Figure 1-16, to include this option:
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Set As Default Profile
Select this option to specify the selected profile as the default profile, which will appear in the drop-down list by default in subsequent Outlook sessions. For example, if you maintain separate personal and work profiles, and your personal profile always appears in the drop-down list, select your work profile and choose this option to make the work profile the default.
For an in-depth discussion of creating and configuring profiles, see Understanding User Profiles, page 42. The details of configuring service providers (such as for Exchange Server) are covered in various chapters where appropriate for example, 6, Using Internet Mail, explains how to configure POP3 and IMAP accounts; and 34, Configuring the Exchange Server Client, explains how to configure Exchange Server accounts.
Safe Mode Startup
Safe mode is a startup mode available in Outlook 2003 and the other Microsoft Office 2003 applications. Safe mode makes it possible for Office applications to automatically recover from specific errors during startup, such as a problem with an add-in or a corrupt registry. Safe mode allows Outlook to detect the problem and either correct it or bypass it by isolating the source. When Outlook starts automatically in safe mode, you see a dialog box that displays the source of the problem and asks whether you want to continue to open the program, bypassing the problem source, or try to restart the program again. If you direct Outlook to continue start ing, the problem items are disabled, and you can view them in the Disabled Items dialog box (see Figure 1-17). To open this dialog box, choose Help, About Microsoft Outlook, and click Disabled Items. To enable a disabled item, select the item and click Enable. 26
Part 1: Working With Outlook
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Figure 1-17. Disabled Items dialog box to review and enable items.
In certain situations, you might want to force Outlook into safe mode when it would otherwise start normally for example, if you want to prevent add-ins from loading or prevent customized toolbars or command bars from loading. To start Outlook (or any other Office application) in safe mode, hold down the Ctrl key and start the program. Outlook detects the Ctrl key and asks whether you want to start Outlook in safe mode. Click Yes to start in safe mode or No to start normally. If you start an application in safe mode, you cannot perform certain actions in the applica tion. The following is a summary (not all of which apply to Outlook):
Templates can t be saved. The last used Web page is not loaded (Microsoft FrontPage). Customized toolbars and command bars are not opened. Customizations that you
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