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Anonymous
September 16, 2005 10:11:04 PM

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Should "view as a web page be ticked" What difference does it make whether
it is ticked or not. thanks.
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margiegirl

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Anonymous
September 17, 2005 12:04:51 PM

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"margie" <margie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:AF7F3346-2E9D-465D-9437-936FB5082243@microsoft.com...

> Should "view as a web page be ticked" What difference does it make
whether
> it is ticked or not. thanks.

You can try this both ways, Desktop as a Web Page and
not, and decide for yourself which you prefer. You may
notice no difference in function. This feature was offered
(8 years ago) when Microsoft Corp. was consciously
redesigning itself as a "communications" company rather
than an "information" company as formerly, cf. creation
of an internet toolbar of preferred connections, for people
who are connected all the time.

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Don Phillipson
Carlsbad Springs
(Ottawa, Canada)
Anonymous
September 17, 2005 4:52:06 PM

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> Should "view as a web page be ticked" What difference does it make
whether
> it is ticked or not. thanks.

I have it off for performance reasons. Don't use it anyway.
Anonymous
September 18, 2005 1:07:02 AM

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Thanks Don.
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margiegirl


"Don Phillipson" wrote:

> "margie" <margie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:AF7F3346-2E9D-465D-9437-936FB5082243@microsoft.com...
>
> > Should "view as a web page be ticked" What difference does it make
> whether
> > it is ticked or not. thanks.
>
> You can try this both ways, Desktop as a Web Page and
> not, and decide for yourself which you prefer. You may
> notice no difference in function. This feature was offered
> (8 years ago) when Microsoft Corp. was consciously
> redesigning itself as a "communications" company rather
> than an "information" company as formerly, cf. creation
> of an internet toolbar of preferred connections, for people
> who are connected all the time.
>
> --
> Don Phillipson
> Carlsbad Springs
> (Ottawa, Canada)
>
>
>
!