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Old March 7th 07, 05:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Xavier
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hi,

I'm wondering there is a way to hide the file extension when you right
click on a attachment and got the dialog box "save as" ??

if anybody know,

thanks,

Xav

ps : I'm french excuse my english !!
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Old March 8th 07, 12:53 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Christian Goeller
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Xavier, you wrote on Wed, 07 Mar 2007 18:29:55 +0100:

I'm wondering there is a way to hide the file extension when you right
click on a attachment and got the dialog box "save as" ??


If the attachment has an extension, there is no way to hide it.

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Old March 8th 07, 05:28 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
F.H. Muffman
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Xavier wrote:

I'm wondering there is a way to hide the file extension when you right
click on a attachment and got the dialog box "save as" ??


I don't have an answer beyond Christian's, I'm just curious. Why would you
want to do this? I can only come up with one reason and it's not at all a
good one.

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Old March 8th 07, 08:26 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Christian Goeller
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F.H. Muffman, you wrote on Thu, 8 Mar 2007 09:28:53 -0800:

I can only come up with one reason and it's not at all a good one.


While I have read the posting I had the same suspicion

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Old March 8th 07, 08:29 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Christian Goeller
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F.H. Muffman, you wrote on Thu, 8 Mar 2007 09:28:53 -0800:

I can only come up with one reason and it's not at all a good one.


While I have read the posting I had the hunch

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Old March 8th 07, 08:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook
Christian Goeller
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F.H. Muffman, you wrote on Thu, 8 Mar 2007 09:28:53 -0800:

I can only come up with one reason and it's not at all a good one.


While I have read the posting I had the same hunch

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