On Nov 30, 9:43*am, ragmaniac <teesel...@newsgroup> wrote:
> In all Windows Vista Home Premium (Outlook) windows of email messages,
> WHENEVER I move my ordinary wireless laser mouse pointer (not a touch
> pad, not a pen) onto a hyperlink, an immediate little window opens up
> to give me the exact same hyperlink information, such as, for example:
> This redundant hyperlink information is followed by the stupid
> sentence: "Click to follow link." (Doesn't everyone know that a link
> is there for clicking?)
> Perhaps, in my previous post I was not explicit enough about the
> problem, but the above explanation is EXACTLY what I want to keep the
> system from doing. I do not need the extra explanation that is already
> known to me.
> I have followed numerous previous advice efforts given to me without
> ANY success.
> I do not know the Microsoft name of this annoying ptocess, but it does
> not seem to have anything to do with "Balloonsin Information Area."
> Please, please, can anyone address this EXACT problem? Thank you in
> advance. If I sound a bit frustrated, it is because I have been
> getting advice that is not at all related to this precise problem.
> Hal Mayer.
> PS: This little window pop-up problem is particularly annoying in MS
> Outlook 2007 emails, usually containing many, many hyperlinks.
This is ragmaniac again.
I suppose there is no one out there who knows how to get rid of this
Windows Vista pop-up function I mentioned so very carefully above.
HELP -HELP-HELP. Does perhaps anyone At MS has the answer? I miss you,
Digital Research and CPM.