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Solved: Outlook 2010 insert file

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  1. Dobeluvr

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    Using Outlook 2010 & suddenly I am unable to attach or insert a file or graphic. The insert file box opens but title is followed by (Outlook not responding). I ran repair but that didn't fix. I restarted Outlook and I restarted my computer. Still not working. Thank you for your help.


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    I made a typo in my request for help -- I am using Outlook 2013. Sorry & thank you.
     
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    My request for help contains a typo. Am actually running Outlook 2013, not 2010. Sorry & thanks for your help.
     
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    For one, why is your antivirus turned off?
     
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    Hi Dave - I am using Vipre Internet Security and I just checked. It is on, Just did a scan 2 hours ago. Windows Defender is off. Should I enable Defender too? Thank you.
     
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    Yes, as Defender on a Windows 8 machine, is a AV program and you should NEVER run two or more AV programs at the same time.

    Is this on a work machine?
     
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