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Windows 7: Best solution for remembering outlook window positions?

06 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate, plus practically every other flavor of Windows
 
 
Best solution for remembering outlook window positions?

Dual monitor setup, run of the mill intel graphics, Windows 7 professional. I want outlook to open full screen in one monitor. When I click to compose a new message, or open an email, I want that full screen in a second window.

Win 7 won't remember. It just opens both in main window.

What's the best method? Preferably free or very inexpensive! I tried shellfix but no go, though it is excellent otherwise

Thank you!


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06 Feb 2013   #2

Win 7 Pro
 
 

I don't have that problrem, it works fine for me. But what may be doing that is I run Display Fusion (displayfusion.com) the free version, which allows taskbars & differnt backgrounds on multi monitors.
Hope that helps.
Jim
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