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I receive a lot of bird pictures from friends who are nature photographers,
and these pictures come to me in a thumbnail form. I then click on the TN
and the picture is quickly increased in size. In the last few weeks, the
picutres DO NOT increase in size and a note in a lower status bar says,
"javascript error on page". I have inquired to all I know . . but no help.
What am I doing (or have done) wrong and how can I correct this condition?
TIA
Jul 20 '05 #1
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I receive a lot of bird pictures from friends who are nature photographers,
and these pictures come to me in a thumbnail form. I then click on the TN
and the picture is quickly increased in size. In the last few weeks, the
picutres DO NOT increase in size and a note in a lower status bar says,
"javascript error on page". I have inquired to all I know . . but no help.
What am I doing (or have done) wrong and how can I correct this condition?
TIA


I assume this is Outlook? If not, specify how you receive the pictures.

It is probably a security issue in Outlook.
What version of everything to you have? Windows? SP? Outlook?
Have you got automatic updates installed? They may have changed your
security settings.
What is your default browser? Sounds like IE...
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