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Sorry about that...it's Outlook 2003. I liked 2003, so I got my system through Dell without Outlook. They want you to buy the Business Edition to get the newer version. I just wanted to keep what I had. I read the Microsoft site and they discuss having to "Agree to the Terms" each time you open a Microsoft program, but they don't tell you how to make it quit appearing each time. I have heard other people mention that there's a way to get rid of it...I just haven't found the details on how to do so.
Thanks so much for the quick response.
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