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From: tecsi on 21 Jan 2010 16:24
How can I select and copy text from Reading Pane WITHOUT opening the
email. I have to not only OPEN, but HIT REPLY or FORWARD in order to
simply select and copy text. There must be a way, but I can't find it.
From: Diane Poremsky [MVP] on 21 Jan 2010 16:41
Click in the text, then Ctrl A to select all or drag to select text with the
cursor, then Ctrl+C or right click, copy.
If you have SP2 installed, Ctrl+Insert should copy too. (That's broken in
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"tecsi" <tecsi.455r7m(a)invalid> wrote in message news:tecsi.455r7m(a)invalid...
> How can I select and copy text from Reading Pane WITHOUT opening the
> email. I have to not only OPEN, but HIT REPLY or FORWARD in order to
> simply select and copy text. There must be a way, but I can't find it.