"Do you want to save changes?" after editing email

I'm using Windows and Office XP Pro, and in Outlook I am 
composing messages in Rich Text format, and have selected 
the "use Microsoft Word to edit e-mail messages" and "use 
MS Word to read Rich Text messages" options.

When I make any changes to an e-mail that has been sent 
to me, upon closing the e-mail, a pop up window appears 
asking me if I want to save changes (just like when you 
make any changes to a Word document).  Annoying! I'd like 
to get rid of this feature.
Thank you,
Trish
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7/17/2003 4:56:14 PM
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Regardless of whether or not Word is set as you editor or what message 
format you have set, you will be prompted for this if you make changes to an 
item and close it.

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"Trisha" <trisha@viktorwithak.com> wrote in message 
news:07e701c34c84$553a3d20$a001280a@phx.gbl...
> I'm using Windows and Office XP Pro, and in Outlook I am
> composing messages in Rich Text format, and have selected
> the "use Microsoft Word to edit e-mail messages" and "use
> MS Word to read Rich Text messages" options.
>
> When I make any changes to an e-mail that has been sent
> to me, upon closing the e-mail, a pop up window appears
> asking me if I want to save changes (just like when you
> make any changes to a Word document).  Annoying! I'd like
> to get rid of this feature.
> Thank you,
> Trish 


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patrickareed (498)
7/17/2003 5:08:01 PM
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