Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
I just installed 2007 MS Office on a new Windows XP. My e-mails have a time which is 3 hours earlier than the time I sent them out or the person sent them to me. The clock on my computer is set to the right time. How can I change the time?
PS - My IT man did download the English dictionary as it was trying to check for French. But Paris is 6 hours ahead of us, not 4 hours behind.
Wendy 3:25 PM
I solved the time problem when I realized that the computer thought I was on Pacific coast time. I found the setting to move to east coast time. I then reset the clock to my correct EST, and everything is good now.
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