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Microsoft Outlook 2007

Once I close Outlook I'm not able to open it back without rebutting my computer. Any idea what is going on?

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    If I close outlook 2007, I must reboot to launch outlook. What is going on?

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Try opening task manager to see if outlook or msword (email editor) is really closed. chances are, it has hung. i had the same problem and somehow, i had to educate my computer to close outlook properly. :)

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