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Outlook 2010, Unable to Configure

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bucncolt99, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. bucncolt99

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    When I press F1 in Outlook 2010, it starts a Configure dialogue. It always fails, then says restart to complete, even though it says it rolled-back changes. I don't know why it is failing, nor where to look. Obviously, I can't get help within Outlook.

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  2. CLCS

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    Have you tried a repair install of outlook or uninstall then reinstall?
     
  3. 20_2_Many

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    CLCS I think you nailed it. obviously the Help file was not installed, and a reinstall (not customized) will most likely resolve this. Wish there was an update from bucncolt99
     
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