A) Save the message to the Drafts folder (click X in upper right-hand
corner, then YES to save changes), go to the Drafts folder, double click
the message to open, make any changes and send normally
B) While you can't type in the Subject, you can Paste. Copy (or Cut)
and Paste from the message body, notepad, or other source into the
Subject. Then send.
Mike - http://pages.prodigy.net/michael_santovec/techhelp.htm
"RuralTechie" <RuralTechie@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Running WLM on XP operating system...all SPs up to date.
> If I enter my contacts, forget to enter a Subject, type my email, then
> Send I get the typical message stating that I forgot to enter a
> Subject, do I
> want to Continue or Cancel.
> If I select Cancel I am returned to the email....but I cannot enter a
> Subject. Any text that I enter is put into the body of the email at
> point the cursor was last at. I can reposition the cursor to the
> line and try to enter, but the text goes back into the body of the
> email. I
> can send the email....just can't enter a Subject line once I've
> forgotten it.
> Hope you can fix this glitch, Microsoft...