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James T. Stewart

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    James T. Stewart commented  · 

    And, not that is all that important, but where are the nice emojis that were in Windows Live Mail??

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    James T. Stewart commented  · 

    Another Hiccup on the new Windows 10 OUTLOOK is that the "Work Offline" button stays the same with a red X on it which would normally disappear in previous versions. But in the latest OUTLOOK, it doesn't change at all THOUGH IT DOES CHANGE YOU FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE or vice-versa but you only can tell which mode you are in (i.e., offline or online) if you happen to see the ribbon down just above the task bar. Worse, my brand new OUTLOOK seems to have a mind of its own and seems to change to offline by itself if you don't get an email for awhile... All in all, very frustrating......

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    James T. Stewart commented  · 

    I agree 100% the old icons and for that matter the old Office was much better than the new one. For example, in Excel, if you wanted to insert a column or a row, you clicked on "insert" and selected column or row after you put your cursor on where you wanted to insert the column or row. Now you need to press Control Shift - Plus to do the same thing, And you have to look on the internet through a bunch of posts to find that out. Outlook is NOT an improvement to Windows Live Mail or even the ancient Outlook Express.... And if you REALLY want to be frustrated, call the Microsoft Help line if you can even find a number to call. What a mess the new Windows 10 is..... And Office. Oh, and Microsoft fixed it so you cannot "repair" or 'restore" your old Windows Live Mail on your Windows 7 machine...... If I ever even THINK about buying another Windows machine and Windows software, I am going to do more research and look to going to Apple for a machine which is more user friendly. I wish I had done it this time.

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