[BCAB] FW: [jaws-uk] how do you move from conversation toconversation without deleting the first one
darran.ross at dsl.pipex.com
Wed May 28 22:24:48 BST 2014
Tom, this is going to sound really stupid, but won't down arrowing once just
take you to the next conversation in the queue?
Sorry if I've misunderstood your question.
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From: <tom.reid21 at virginmedia.com>
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Subject: [BCAB] FW: [jaws-uk] how do you move from conversation
toconversation without deleting the first one
> Tried this on the jaws list, but, no luck.
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> Subject: [jaws-uk] how do you move from conversation to conversation
> deleting the first one
> Hi folks, a bit long that subject, but.
> Outlook 2003, jaws 15. I've got messages arranged by conversation. As long
> as I delete the conversation at the top of the screen, I can identify that
> the next message may be part of a conversation. If I don't want to delete
> conversation one, though, how do I move to the next one in the series.
> Thanks, tom
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