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Eudora 6 address book problem

Eudora 6 address book problem

Eudora 6 address book problem

Using win XP everything worked great by holding down the Control Key I could highlight any number of nicknames in the address book and then click on To: Cc: or Bcc: All the highlighted names would then appear in the email.

Using win 7 & trying the same procedure that was used in XP. I can now only highlight two names at any 1 time. If I highlight a third name the first name will de-selected. I can select a contiguous group (any amount more than 3) & send, but if I was to de-select 1 name from that group using cntrl key & mouse a second name is always de-selected as well.

I understand that this problem started in Vista & carried on to Win 7 & probably win 8.

My question: is their any tweaks in the registry or any other place that would make this problem go away. I am a Eudora die hard & am contemplating going back to XP as it runs all the programs that I need.

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