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questions windows 10mail app

heather albright
 

Hello, Microsoft accessibility helped me to set up my windows10 mail app. They had some issues with it and had to install and reinstall the app from the store. So when they set up one of my accounts, they some how spelled my name wrong. I have yet to find where to go so I can spell it correctly so when I send messages it will say my name correctly when people receive messages from me. Does anyone know where to go to change this?

The second thing, I was wondering is how to make links be clickable so when I receive a link in a message, I can click on the link? I have been copying the link and having to put in the run dialog box to make the link work. So is there a setting that would fix this issue?

Thanks for any help. Heather

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows

 


How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 


Here was my own thought.  Tell me if this might work.  If the messages are stored in Microsoft Outlook as a dot PST file, why not do a search for *.pst and see what comes up.  Sure enough, a file showed up and I copied it.  Now I have the message file so in theory, I should be able to put this file on my thumb drive and go to my other computer, find the *.pst and change its name in case this doesn't work and then paste in the one I found.  Don't you think this might possibly work?

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 
 


Re: issue with sending a link

Gene
 

But when you just move to the address field in a browser and don't move in the field, the entire address is selected.  You will copy it if you copy it to the clipboard.  If that doesn't work for some reason, then you can use control a to copy the entire address or  move as you describe, but those methods shouldn't be necessary.

I used to select the address before copying it but when I saw in a discussion on a list that it isn't necessary, I save myself the little bit of extra work.

Your discussion of a link taking more than one line when you paste it if it is too long raises the question as to if that is what is happening. 

Gene

On 6/9/2022 6:22 PM, Vicki W wrote:

If the link shows up on more than one line, then you can copy the lines by holding down the shift key just like you are selecting text. Make sure the first through the last lines are selected.

Once you have pasted these into your e-mail, they may still show up as multiple lines to others and they can do the same to access the link or they can select it and then paste it into their browser rather than trying to access it from the e-mail.
You can also try a snipping website to shorten the link, but you will have to paste it in the edit field as you would in the e-mail.

Vicki

----- Original Message ----- From: "Madison Martin" <Madison.Martin2000@...>
To: <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2022 1:16 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] issue with sending a link


Hi all,
I'm trying to send a link to a few people as the option to share the article via
email didn't work (all that was in the body of the message was the word
headline) but the end of the web address keeps getting cut off so it's not part
of the link when I paste it into the body of a message, any idea what I can do
to fix this so that the whole address is a link? Using latest versions of edge,
Jaws, Microsoft 365 and Windows 11.
Madison













Re: issue with sending a link

Vicki W
 

If the link shows up on more than one line, then you can copy the lines by holding down the shift key just like you are selecting text. Make sure the first through the last lines are selected.

Once you have pasted these into your e-mail, they may still show up as multiple lines to others and they can do the same to access the link or they can select it and then paste it into their browser rather than trying to access it from the e-mail.
You can also try a snipping website to shorten the link, but you will have to paste it in the edit field as you would in the e-mail.

Vicki

----- Original Message -----
From: "Madison Martin" <Madison.Martin2000@...>
To: <main@TechTalk.groups.io>
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2022 1:16 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] issue with sending a link


Hi all,
I'm trying to send a link to a few people as the option to share the article via
email didn't work (all that was in the body of the message was the word
headline) but the end of the web address keeps getting cut off so it's not part
of the link when I paste it into the body of a message, any idea what I can do
to fix this so that the whole address is a link? Using latest versions of edge,
Jaws, Microsoft 365 and Windows 11.
Madison


Re: How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 

Hi all,
Ok, I am still stuck trying to figure out how to export my messages from Microsoft 2003 to a file so I can put them in another computer that has Microsoft Outlook 19 on it.  I also still have these messages in Outlook Express, but it seems to only want to export to Microsoft exchange or Microsoft outlook and not to a file.  If someone could help with this, it would be wonderful.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 

----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



issue with sending a link

Madison Martin
 

Hi all,
I'm trying to send a link to a few people as the option to share the article via
email didn't work (all that was in the body of the message was the word
headline) but the end of the web address keeps getting cut off so it's not part
of the link when I paste it into the body of a message, any idea what I can do
to fix this so that the whole address is a link? Using latest versions of edge,
Jaws, Microsoft 365 and Windows 11.
Madison


Re: Can I add text to an existing graphic?

Brian Tew
 

You could make the case number part ofthe  file name


Re: How to export messages

Gene
 

As I recall, you can export your account settings in that way using some programs.  I don't know what programs allow you to import account settings using that format.

Gene

On 6/8/2022 10:50 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:

I went in to accounts and saved a file as an IAF which stands for Internet account file.  We'll see if it works on the other end.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 
----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 




Re: How to export messages

Gene
 

I don't know if any e-mail programs let you export or import rules.  Outlook Express doesn't let you do either, though there may be some way to do so by working with the registry.  Others who know more would have to answer the question.  Even if you could export them using the registry, that doesn't mean you could import them into a different program.

I'm not sure what you are asking about the address book.  Whatever program you use to export the address book as a comma separated values file, you can import it into any e-mail program.  It is a universal address book format.

I don't use Outlook so I can't tell you just how you do it.  If you are in the address book, you may find the import option if you look through the menus. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 10:42 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:

Gene,
can you now import this addressbook file in to another version of Microsoft Outlook? I have not been able to do this with messages in OE.  When going in to export in the file menu, I don't see that as an option.  Can you do the same for your account rules in accounts in the tools menu?  Thanks

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 
----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 




Re: How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 

Actually, if you go in to the file menu of OE there is an export sub-menu and your options are messages or address book.  I didn't look to see if the address book has the same options as in the actual address book app.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 

----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



Re: How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 

I went in to accounts and saved a file as an IAF which stands for Internet account file.  We'll see if it works on the other end.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 

----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



Re: How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 

Gene,
can you now import this addressbook file in to another version of Microsoft Outlook? I have not been able to do this with messages in OE.  When going in to export in the file menu, I don't see that as an option.  Can you do the same for your account rules in accounts in the tools menu?  Thanks

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 

----- Original Message -----
From: -
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 9:51 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



Re: How to export messages

-Mike B
 

From: Gene
To export the Outlook Express address book as a comma separated values
text file do the following:
Each step starts on a new line.
Open the address book with the command control shift b.
Open the file menu and down arrow to export.
Press enter.
You are in a list of format choices.
Down arrow to other address book and press enter.
A dialog will open and you are placed in a list.
Down arrow to text file comma separated values.
Press enter.
A new dialog opens and you are in an edit field. The edit field is
announced as save exported file as.  To keep things simple, type the
following:
c:\addressbook.csv
and press enter.
Look at the syntax character by character if you have punctuation off in
your screen-reader.
Another dialog comes up with a lot of choices for fields that will be
included or not included.  You may have to make changes but you probably
won't.  You may look at this part of the dialog if you wish.  Or you can
just press enter again to export the addressbook.
 
After you press enter, there will be a short pause, after which you will
receive a message that the export is complete.  You are on an ok button.
Activate it, then press escape a few times to close the dialogs.  The
addressbook is still opened and you will probably want to close it.
 
If you have questions about the part of the procedure where you can make
changes in the dialog to cause items to be exported or not exported, let
us know.
The file will now be on your c drive, directly on the drive, not in any
folder.  Move it wherever you wish.
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: Gene
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2022 6:26 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] How to export messages

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:
You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



Re: How to export messages

Gene
 

I haven't exported an address book from Outlook express in a long time.  I can't give specific details but if you go into the address book, and look through the file menu, that is, as I recall, where you will find the export option.  If it isn't there, look through the other menus you think might apply in the address book.

Gene
On 6/8/2022 8:23 PM, Gene wrote:

You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:
Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 



Re: How to export messages

Gene
 

You can only export an address book as a comma separated values file.  Export the address book by itself, not as a part of a general transfer.  Then import it into Outlook.

As far as exporting messages from Outlook Express to a format compatible with Outlook 19, I have no idea if that can be done. 

Gene

On 6/8/2022 8:01 PM, Kay Malmquist wrote:

Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 


How to export messages

Kay Malmquist
 

Hi all,
On this machine I have Outlook Express and I would like to export all my messages, address book, and account settings to another machine that has Outlook 19 or some such thing on it.  So I went in to OE and tried exporting to a file.  That option was not there.  Only to export to Microsoft Outlook or Microsoft Exchange.  I have Microsoft Outlook 2003 on here so I just decided to export to that.  All my messages showed up over there.  Now I tried to export to a file in Microsoft Outlook 2003 and I tried to save as either comma separated values or tab separated values and got the message that it was unable to do this because something wasn't installed and did I want to install it?  I said no because I didn't know what to install.  Can anyone think of an easier way to do this?  Thanks much.

Kay Malmquist
kay.malmquist@...
 
Worrying does not empty tomorrow of its troubles, it empties today of its strength.
Corrie Ten Boom - 1892-1983 - Watchmaker
 


Re: Can I add text to an existing graphic?

Howard Traxler
 

Thank you mark, but I found an easier way.  I spent some quality time on the phone with HP's help folks and got my printer working; than I printed out the info I wanted to include on my graphic file; then placed the ID cards on the printout and scanned the whole works.  Worked out quite OK.

Howard


On 6/8/2022 9:52 AM, Mark Withersea wrote:
Hi Howard,

There are many ways to do this but perhaps the easiest is adding a signature to put the text you want over the graphic

  1. Open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
  2. Click on Fill & Sign in the Tools pane on the right.
  3. Click Sign, and then select Add Signature.
  4. A popup will open, giving you three options—TypeDraw, and Image. Once you’re done, click the Apply button.
  5. Drag, resize and position the signature inside your PDF file.
Regards

Marc

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Re: popular eloquence speech synthesizer coming to iPhone in I O S16

Josh Kennedy <joshknnd1982@...>
 

I can share it because it has been posted already to appleVis and its the hot topic for the past couple of days. 


Re: Can I add text to an existing graphic?

Mark Withersea
 

Hi Howard,

There are many ways to do this but perhaps the easiest is adding a signature to put the text you want over the graphic

  1. Open the PDF file in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
  2. Click on Fill & Sign in the Tools pane on the right.
  3. Click Sign, and then select Add Signature.
  4. A popup will open, giving you three options—TypeDraw, and Image. Once you’re done, click the Apply button.
  5. Drag, resize and position the signature inside your PDF file.
Regards

Marc


Re: popular eloquence speech synthesizer coming to iPhone in I O S16

gbmagoo@...
 

Yes because they talked about it at their WWDC


On Jun 8, 2022, at 07:07, Mich Verrier <michv@...> wrote:



Hi I am one who is looking forward to eloquence to come to I phone and other I divices. I did have a question though. And I am not trying to start anything by asking this but I feel that I have to ask. Are you able to share this info about eloquence? Or are you restricted by a non disclosure agreement. From Mich.  

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Josh Kennedy
Sent: June 8, 2022 10:04 AM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] popular eloquence speech synthesizer coming to iPhone in I O S16

 

and I forgot to mention that eloquence is also coming to the latest Mac OS 13 when it comes out later this year.

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