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When I open I reply to an email on select new to create a new one I get the folowing VB error:  Compile error in hidden module:  Autoexec

What is the cause of this and how do I correct.

Note:  On the error dialog box I have the option of OK or Help.   If I select Ok it continues on to allow me to draft the new email or reply to one received.
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David Lee earned 2000 total points
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Hi ologan,

Outlook does not have a module called Autoexec.  I must therefore assume that you're using Word as your editor.  If so, then it's probably the culprit, not Outlook.  Try switching your editor to Outlook and see if the problem continues.  If it doesn't, then Word is causing this.

Cheers!
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