I need help with two simple issues, please.

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by pede69, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. pede69

    pede69 New Member

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    1. I have a page that I made with links to the places I go to on a daily basis and I use it as my homepage.
    I would like to find out how to create a clickable link on that page for a specific Google search?

    Example:

    bacteria filetype: pdf site:gov (had to put a space before pdf. Forum software placed a smiley face there instead)

    This way I can click on it and just have to change the search subject.

    2. Is there a way to install the older Outlook Express or the Vista Windows Mail
    In Windows 7 Home Premium.

    Thank you very much for your help,
    John
     
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    pede69 New Member

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    Wow...

    I thought for sure this was the place to get some help.

    J
     
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    pede69 New Member

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    Wow...

    Moderator... please delete my post, this is somewhere I do not need to be.
     
  4. OldTimer

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    Pede69,
    I can't make sense of your post, up till you asked about Windows Mail, in Win-7.

    IT's there, but disabled, by the MSOE.dll file.
    Put in that file from Vista, where WinMail actually works to replace the one in Win-7, and you're good to go.
    I've done it for a bunch of my customers who used to use O.E.6 on their old XP machines.

    That entire process was outlined in detail in another thread and on several other forums.

    good luck
    :cool:
     

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