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This error was reproduced. It has to do with scanning files for viruses when they come in as attachments in Outlook.

Network Associates has nothing to do with Office. It's some sort of antivirus scanning add on that isn't compatible with Outlook.

In fact if you look at this thread, you will see that scanning file attachments has been an issue with several anti virus software systems.

The best thing to do is to shut off e-mail scanning in your anti virus software and look for an update to correct the problem from Network Associates.

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Does the computer have Office 2003 on it. If it does then uninstall it and then install Office 2007.

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When opening Outlook I receive the following message, this occurred after I tried to email a photo out of a photo program: "A data file did not close properly the last time it was used and is being...


1. In Outlook 2007, click the Tools menu and select Options.
2. In the Options dialog box, click the Mail Setup tab and then click the Data Files button.
3. In the Account settings window, you will see all of your personal Outlook data files listed. Here, you want to note the full path to each data file. On my system, my Outlook personal and archive folders are stored in the C:\Documents and Settings\Your Username\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook folder.
4. Once you have this information, close the Account Settings dialog box and then close the Outlook Options window.

Now that you have the location of your Outlook data files, you need to check and repair them using the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inbox Repair Tool-SCANPST.exe. By default, you should see SCANPST.exe in the Microsoft Office installation folder's "Office 12" subfolder. On my system, SCANPST.exe is located in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 12. For additional information on SCANPST.exe, take a look at the Microsoft Knowledge Base article, "How to use the Inbox Repair Tools to recover e-mail messages in Outlook 2002 and Outlook 2003."

To check and repair your Outlook data files, follow these steps:

1. First, close Outlook 2007.
2. Use Windows Explorer to browse to SCANPST.exe, then double-click it.
3. When the Outlook 2007 Inbox Repair Tool opens, click Browse and navigate to the Outlook data file location that you found earlier. Note that you will need to check each file listed. On my system, I start with the file archive.pst. To check that file, you would select it in the "Select File to Scan" dialog box and then click Open.
4. Now click Start to begin the repair process.

Mar 05, 2011 | Sony Microsoft Office Standard 2007

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Ms office 2007 office.en-us\msvcr80.dll is mssin in my setup how can i get it?


Hello ankit_paney, go to this "Website," you can "download the dll. file" that you need. "Remember" to always 'practice' Virus Protection when "downloading files" First 'save the file.' Once the "save is [Complete]; 'scan the file with a "AntiVirus" Software. If the 'scan is clean? You can "Download the file on your Computer" I hope this information is helpful? Thanks for using FixYa, paul7of9." Click here: http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?msvcr80

Feb 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Outlook express & internet exlorer 7 is not working properly, some dll files are found missing such as regsvr32 mshtml.dll & regsvr32 msjava.dll


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Nov 17, 2010 | Microsoft Update for Outlook Express 6.0...

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Hyplinks do not work in Outlook 2007. they used to work, not sure what made them stop


Fix 1: Start by Resetting Your Default Browser Most times, I can fix my Outlook hyperlink problem by resetting my default browser to Internet Explorer. I start with this step even if I plan to use Firefox as my browser. The reason I choose this path is I’ve had better success and it takes me closer to my end goal.
To make IE your default browser,
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click Tools from the menu
3. Select Internet Options.
4. Click the Programs tab
5. Click the button labeled Make Default.
6. Click OK.
7. Test a hyperlink in Outlook to see if the web page opens in Internet Explorer.
Fix 2: Reregister Windows DLL Files Even after resetting your default browser you still can’t open hyperlink in Outlook, it could be one or more registry keys is damaged. The solution is to reregister some of your DLL files. The process may sound intimidating, but it’s easy. There are 6 files to register based on your system. Some configurations use shdocvw.dll and others use shdoc401.dll.
To reregister the DLL files,
1. Close all open programs.
2. Click the Start button.
3. Select the Run… command. Vista users can type “run” in the Start Search textbox.
4. In the Open: textbox, type regsvr32 followed by a space and the file name.
In the screen snap below, I’ve used the first file Shdocvw.dll.
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5. Click the OK button. You should see a message showing the process succeeded.
6. Click OK to dismiss the message.
7. Repeat the procedure for the other DLL files.
  • regsvr32 Shdocvw.dll (Some system use Shdoc401.dll instead)
  • regsvr32 Oleaut32.dll
  • regsvr32 Actxprxy.dll
  • regsvr32 Mshtml.dll
  • regsvr32 Urlmon.dll
  • regsvr32 Shell32.dll
8. As before, test to see if your Outlook hyperlink problem has been resolved.
Fix 3: Reset the (NONE) URL File Types If you’ve gotten to this part, I have to figure your Outlook hyperlinks are still broken. Don’t fret as I have another fix to try. My guess is someplace along the line your file associations broke. This is the mapping Windows uses to a file type to program. A common mapping might be .XLS files with Microsoft Excel. In this case, we need to check URL mappings.
To set URL file associations,
1. Open My Computer.
2. From the Tools menu, select Folder Options…
3. Click the File Types tab. A long list of Extensions and File Types appears.
4. Scroll down till you get to (NONE) URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol
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5. Click the Advanced button.
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6. Select the bold open item. *
7. Click Edit…
8. Click the Browse… button
9. Navigate to where Internet Explorer is located. (For most PC, it’s at C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe)
10. Add a space and %1 to the end of the file name. (e.g. "C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" %1)
11. Click OK.
12. Click Close.
13. Repeat the process for (NONE) URL:HyperText Transfer Protocol with Privacy.
* If open doesn’t show, click New and type open in the action box.
Back to Firefox (Optional) Once you get the Outlook links to open in Internet Explorer, you can change your default browser to Firefox. This should roll down to Outlook so any embedded hyperlinks will open in the correct browser.
To set Firefox 3 as your default browser,
1. Open Firefox
2. Select Tools from the menu
3. Select Options…
4. Click Advanced
5. Click the Check Now button
6. Click Yes if the default browser is not set.
7. Click OK.

Nov 20, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Dll missing or not found


Your question and problem are both simple and complex at the same time

A DLL is a Dynamic Link Library. this is a type of file that is completely un manipulated by the user (you). What i mean is most files or folders or documnets (what ever) require you to "execute" them
(Double Click them or just open them or just manually call for the program to open in any way)

DLL's run by them selves. You computer has a folder in which these are all stored. They are stored like this because like the other guy "The information is required alot and would be constantly loaded and have to be programmed in. So some1 decided to make it a DLL and it is now available on demand by all programs on your computer that would require it.

Now the problem is you've delted one. and finding it isnt going to be easy.
first let me ask you some questions.

What program is this missing DLL associated with (why are you getting this msg? are you printing? are you running Outlook?? etc etc (i ask this because if it is a specific program you might get lucky and be able to pop the disc into your CD0ROM and pull the DLL out.)

have you taken the time to write down the Path of the DLL (it will most likely be something like

C:\Windwos\System32\DLLs\####.dll

this information is needed to help you pls supply this

Apr 06, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Error report


Does the computer have Office 2003 on it. If it does then uninstall it and then install Office 2007.

Oct 25, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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File nacmnlib71.dll not found in path


This error was reproduced. It has to do with scanning files for viruses when they come in as attachments in Outlook.

Network Associates has nothing to do with Office. It's some sort of antivirus scanning add on that isn't compatible with Outlook.

In fact if you look at this thread, you will see that scanning file attachments has been an issue with several anti virus software systems.

The best thing to do is to shut off e-mail scanning in your anti virus software and look for an update to correct the problem from Network Associates.

Aug 26, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Outlook express, microsoft office 2007


try downloading the dll file...http://www.dll-files.com/

Mar 07, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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