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Word 2007 prof

When using the mailings button and selecting envelopes the outlook contacts open OK but when I select an address to put onto the envelope word crashes.Have run diagnosticts which found no problems???Any suggestions??

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Re: word 2007 prof

Dear jackie, What you have to do is to make sure that you've made an outlook profile before you add the address. Basically outlook fetches the addressess from contacts and you have to have a profile in word before you can do that.

For this go to envelopes, press insert, make and outlook profile and configure it. After you've done that you will be able to add addresses manually. You may also like to add most used addressess in word for repetitive use. You can also use electronic-postage. For this you will have to download an add-on. Just press the electronic postage button and it would give you the option.

As far as crashing is concerned it could be because of your computer speed, incomplete installation and file corruption. I dont think it has anything to do with envelopes.

Please press 'fixya' if that has solved your problem.

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Re: word 2007 prof

I have had the same issue since summer.. but have found that an application in which I added has perhaps created this issue.
1. Open WORD
2. Click the OFFICE BUTTON in top LH of screen
3. Click WORD OPTIONS in bottom of screen
4. Click Add-inns
5. At bottom you will see "Manage:" with a pull down option. Select COM Add-ins (or look through the list for an application perhaps responsible)
6. Select Go...
7. UNCHECK the AddIn you believe may be resopnsible... not the Contact / Business Contact Manager for Outlook
8. Select OK.
9. Restart Word...
WORD seemed to hang for around 45 seconds or so, doing some thinking when I did this... and Whalla!
Hope this will help. I'm not using Vista - but the problem was the exact same description. The application in which I had installed was BlueBEAM PDF software... look for an application that may have inserted it's own toolbar into WORD.
Hope this may help someone.

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

Re: word 2007 prof

Same problem that is a **** solution. didn't you read the problem at all. it IS because of envelopes, there are a ton of posts elsewhere about it.

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