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XP - "Delete Block? No, (Yes) where did this come from?

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I just recently bought a refurb laptop with XP Home Edition (all updates
current.) Now in Outlook 2003 as well as Word I get a message when I
highlight a block of text to delete.

Specifically I get: "Delete Block? No, (Yes)"
Then I have to hit the "Y" key on the keyboard to delete the selected text.
Where did this come from and how do I turn the feature off?

Thanks-----
Apr 20 '07 #1
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>I just recently bought a refurb laptop with XP Home Edition (all updates
current.) Now in Outlook 2003 as well as Word I get a message when I
highlight a block of text to delete.

Specifically I get: "Delete Block? No, (Yes)"
Then I have to hit the "Y" key on the keyboard to delete the selected
text.
Where did this come from and how do I turn the feature off?

Thanks-----

Apr 21 '07 #2

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