Question by  Lee (42)

What are the standard outlook 2003 toolbar positions?

I need help with outlook 2003.


Answer by  Charlton (192)

It is located just below the menu bar on top of your window. This is standard position before you attempt to change it. You can freely change it, the position should be stored and remain at your new location. Some plug-ins can prevent the position from storage, if that's the case, check your modules.


Answer by  ahsanmahmoodawan (1169)

the toolbars tab in outlook 2003 customize dailogs .four default entries of it are standard,advance,menu bar and web you surely need its help as it only use rename delete buttons


Answer by  Zeeta (261)

The bar with menus 'File', 'Edit', 'View' etc. is on the top of the window. Under this bar is a toolbar with an option 'New' and the print icon etc.


Answer by  DanielKlein (6)

The Toolbars tab in Outlook 2003's Customize dialog allows you to toggle toolbar's visibility, as well as create and manage new, custom toolbars. The four default entries are Standard, Advanced, Menu Bar and Web. The Menu Bar entry represents Outlook 2003's drop-down menus, and is there more out of consistency than anything else.


Answer by  Alyaron (233)

First the menubar on the top, then the "Standard" toolbar below, allowing you to create new mails and answer to mails you got... That's all!


Answer by  mathivanan (84)

The standard outlook 2003 toolbar positions are comes with the bar in consist of file, edit, view, help window, etc, then click the menu the list of options will appear new, print etc.. i think this will help you


Answer by  gigo (1706)

The file toolbar is in the upper left corner. The create toolbar is just above it. After this toolbar you have the Folder list. Add to the ypositions the height.


Answer by  blkconservative (46)

The standard outlook position is the new button, print, move to folder, delete item, reply, reply to all, email forward, send/receive, find item, rule, address book, Microsoft Office outlook help.

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