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Windows 7: WLM Edit options

16 Feb 2010   #1
harry5

 
WLM Edit options

Goodaye was just wondering why my edit tab has select all greyed out when I delete my sent items folder it has to be done by holding Ctrl and clicking all messages individually with mouse is this normal behaviour cause in outlook express I had option to select all no big deal just curious and being an extremly lazy person I always want the easiest and quickest way to do things

Cheers to everyone on this forums I hav'nt posted before but I read a lot and a lot of questions and answers have helped me when my pc has had a hissy fit so thanks to all who contribute
Harry5


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16 Feb 2010   #2
richc46

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Welcome,

I do not have the answer to your question, I do not have that problem. When I delete many emails, I hold the shift key, and arrow down then right click and delete. I can delete as many as I want at any time, without using edit.
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17 Feb 2010   #3
harry5

 

richc46
Thanks for answering, your way works for me so thank you. As I said curious why select all is greyed out everything else working as it should just another mystery of the computer world.

Cheers
Harry
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17 Feb 2010   #4
richc46

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First, ty for the rep and kind words. As to why it does not work, I cannot answer. Your email client is corrupted. When downloaded some corruption set in, which prohibts use in the normal manner. If it were a more serious problem which did not have an alternative solution, we could probably fix it. I could tell you to uninstall, save your emails and then install, again and that would probably work. I have given you the method that you could use to fix the problem, but I would not try. In fact, I normally use the method that I suggested that you use. In any event, I hope that you enjoy your OS, and all your mail brings good news.
Richard
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