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Outlook 2007 Remove_Reinstall
I posted yesterday the issues with Outlook 2007. Hopefully a response will be forthcoming. Today I found a particularity that may indicate I need to fully uninstall Office 2007/Outlook 2007 and reinstall fresh. I wanted to export > excel the Contacts. What I ended up with were the titles: Subject, Address, Name and so forth. Not one address out of hundreds showed up. The export failed to create a list of Contacts. I then did a export > csv . Nothing.
I looked at my earlier backups from months ago and they are complete to that point in time.
There are particularities with this incarnation of Outlook 2007 such as the inability to export > to do a decent auto complete. Little annoying things that I never experienced in Outlook 2003. I feel I should remove Office 2007 and reinstall fresh.
I think the Outlook 2007 is damaged. The way to prove true would be a reinstall. Oh I did the diag and repair and nothing came up. All scores came up with a pass.
Let me know your thoughts... Thanks !
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|28 Nov 2012||#2|
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Did you use the steps in this Microsoft KB article?
How to install the individual 2007 Office features or to repair the installed 2007 Office programs
And this KB article explains the various uninstall procedures.
How to uninstall or remove Microsoft Office 2007 suites
If you're referring to your question about autocomplete I posted a thought.
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