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Outlook My Outlook will not respond. I am running Vista Ultimate and have all the necessary updates suggested by Microsoft. When I start Outlook, I get the cursor icon that just keeps spinning but no progress is occuring with my program. It will keep doing this for hours if I let it. Instead, I get frustrated and have to close via the task manager. Any help would be appreciated.

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Go to your Control Panel and select "Programs and Features". Scroll down to your version of Office and select "Change". Then select Repair from the next screen that comes up.

If that doesn't work, completely uninstall it and reinstall.

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