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Cannot Start Microsoft Office Outlook

Posted on 2006-06-13
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"Cannot Start Microsoft Office Outlook" message wehn trying to open Outlook 2000.  This network user's position changed effective today, and she needs access to various programs not used previously.  I have changed her Active Directory User membership to Power User, and restarted her computer so that the new membership would take effect.  I have even installed 2003 just in case prior supervisor "tampered" with files, but having the same message.  She can access other MS Office programs, just not Outlook.  I'm not sure if this is related, but she also cannot change her desktop settings. What have I forgotten to change??
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