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Why does outlook 2007 keep freezing and when composing an e-mail it repeats characters as if there is something resting in the keyboard?

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  • nickg77 Dec 09, 2008

    Thanks for trying...its not the keyboard its something in the software since updating to office 2007 :(

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There could be something caught under a key of the keyboard. Try a different keyboard or try unplugging the current keyboard, lifting it upside down and see if anything falls out (you can shake it a bit upside down). Try using compressed air to blow out any gunk in the keyboard.

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  • jmichelsen4 Dec 09, 2008

    If you have the install disk for the software, remove office/outlook 2007 through Add/Remove programs in the control panel and then see if the problem stops. If the problem is only when you are in outlook 2007 try removing it and reinstalling it to see if it works. If the problem persists try going to Microsoft updates and get all the updates for office 2007. I believe there are already several service packs for that software.

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