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Mouse pointer disapears in outlook 2007

Posted on 2007-12-02
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We currently have one user who's mouse pointer disapears when they move it over the outlook 2007 window pane.

The user is running XP Pro and Office 2007, this is the only application that is causing a problem.

Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Hi,

If you logon as another user on the machine does the other user have the same problem? If so then I'd start by applying any driver udates to the system. If the problem only exists when the original user is logged on try deleting their Windows profile and re-creating it.
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