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Importing Outlook Express address book

  1. #1


    dale niday Guest

    Importing Outlook Express address book

    Importing address book, file and documents from our old computer
    (HP) to this new computer. Out old computer is no longer functioning.
    Can we still transfer information?

    Also, how do I get spell check? I have clicked on the task bar under tools
    and the spelling check (ABC) but a window opens saying:
    'spell check' not available in this language............?? What is
    that........

    Thanks you for your help,
    Barbara


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  3. #2


    Rainald Taesler Guest

    Re: Importing Outlook Express address book

    dale niday wrote:

    > Importing address book, file and documents from our old computer
    > (HP) to this new computer. Out old computer is no longer functioning.
    > Can we still transfer information?
    Which IS and which mail-client did you use on the old system?

    Importing would be no problem if you have a backup from the old system.

    Of not it depends in the state if the old system's HDD.
    If it's still usable, attach the old HDD to the new system (if not
    possible internally, get a USB HDD enclosure) and import the data into
    WinMail.

    > Also, how do I get spell check? I have clicked on the task bar under
    > tools and the spelling check (ABC) but a window opens saying:
    > 'spell check' not available in this language............?? What is
    > that........
    Sometimes the spellchecker behaves a bit crazy. To cure the problem:
    - select a different language and set it as the default;
    - then change the language back to the wanted language.

    Rainald


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  4. #3


    Gary VanderMolen Guest

    Re: Importing Outlook Express address book

    Do you have a valid backup of your old computer? If not, all you
    can do is remove the hard drive from the old computer and
    temporarily connect it to the new computer.

    In the main screen of Windows Mail, (not the compose screen), go to
    Tools, Options, Spelling.
    First select another language, click Apply. Then reselect English and click OK.

    --
    Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)


    "dale niday" <dn14345@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:%23%23VAEoG7JHA.6136@xxxxxx

    > Importing address book, file and documents from our old computer
    > (HP) to this new computer. Out old computer is no longer functioning.
    > Can we still transfer information?
    >
    > Also, how do I get spell check? I have clicked on the task bar under tools
    > and the spelling check (ABC) but a window opens saying:
    > 'spell check' not available in this language............?? What is
    > that........
    >
    > Thanks you for your help,
    > Barbara
    >

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  5. #4


    Peter Foldes Guest

    Re: Importing Outlook Express address book

    Rainald

    > Which IS and which mail-client did you use on the old system?

    Don't you hate when the O becomes an I . LOL

    --
    Peter

    Please Reply to Newsgroup for the benefit of others
    Requests for assistance by email can not and will not be acknowledged.

    "Rainald Taesler" <taesler@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    news:epPtRMH7JHA.728@xxxxxx

    > dale niday wrote:
    >

    >> Importing address book, file and documents from our old computer
    >> (HP) to this new computer. Out old computer is no longer functioning.
    >> Can we still transfer information?
    >
    > Which IS and which mail-client did you use on the old system?
    >
    > Importing would be no problem if you have a backup from the old system.
    >
    > Of not it depends in the state if the old system's HDD.
    > If it's still usable, attach the old HDD to the new system (if not
    > possible internally, get a USB HDD enclosure) and import the data into
    > WinMail.
    >

    >> Also, how do I get spell check? I have clicked on the task bar under
    >> tools and the spelling check (ABC) but a window opens saying:
    >> 'spell check' not available in this language............?? What is
    >> that........
    >
    > Sometimes the spellchecker behaves a bit crazy. To cure the problem:
    > - select a different language and set it as the default;
    > - then change the language back to the wanted language.
    >
    > Rainald
    >

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  6. #5


    Rainald Taesler Guest

    Re: Importing Outlook Express address book

    Peter Foldes wrote:

    > Rainald wrote:
    >

    >> Which IS and which mail-client did you use on the old system?
    >
    >
    > Don't you hate when the O becomes an I . LOL
    For sure I hate it!!

    The problem is that the spellchecker in only too many cases will not
    detect the typo.
    And for long years back in the CompuServe days in my main forum - out of
    good reasons - I was awarded with the title TypoKing. <gbg>

    And now I'm having the additional problem that on my otherwise wonderful
    Logitech DiNovo "deluxe" keyboard the letters on the most keys faded
    away and only on app. 40% of the keys I can not see which key it is. And
    the I and the O are just too close together {siiiiigh}

    Rainald


    >
    > "Rainald Taesler" <taesler@xxxxxx> wrote in message
    > news:epPtRMH7JHA.728@xxxxxx

    >> dale niday wrote:
    >>

    >>> Importing address book, file and documents from our old computer
    >>> (HP) to this new computer. Out old computer is no longer
    >>> functioning. Can we still transfer information?
    >>
    >> Which IS and which mail-client did you use on the old system?
    >>
    >> Importing would be no problem if you have a backup from the old
    >> system.
    >>
    >> Of not it depends in the state if the old system's HDD.
    >> If it's still usable, attach the old HDD to the new system (if not
    >> possible internally, get a USB HDD enclosure) and import the data
    >> into WinMail.
    >>

    >>> Also, how do I get spell check? I have clicked on the task bar
    >>> under tools and the spelling check (ABC) but a window opens saying:
    >>> 'spell check' not available in this language............?? What is
    >>> that........
    >>
    >> Sometimes the spellchecker behaves a bit crazy. To cure the problem:
    >> - select a different language and set it as the default;
    >> - then change the language back to the wanted language.
    >>
    >> Rainald

      My System SpecsSystem Spec


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