Can't create new appointment in outlook 2003 calendar

when ever I try to create a new appointement in outlook 2003 calender  the system tells me "The form required to view this message cannot be displayed. Contact your administrator",  However, if I have an exsiting appointement I can edit it without any problem and if I acess my clarendar from different PC I can create new appointement .
I'm connecting to Exchange server however it is not related to Administration since I got an other laptop and it working fine. I did many troubleshooting like repair Outlook, reistall it, Clear the forms cache , but didn't work.
I have tied already the following but didn't wok :

Option 1 Solution
Delete the Frmcache.dat from the location as stated below :
C:\Documents and Settings\user_profile\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\FORMS
To Delete the Frmcache.dat File
Close Outlook
Click Start , point to Find , and click Files or Folders .
Type Frmcache.dat in the Named box, and click Find Now .
Click to select the file and press DELETE to remove each instance of the file.
Restart Outlook

Option 2 Solution
Use the ForceFormReload registry key
When the forms cache seems to cause problems sporadically, and you cannot determine the cause of the problem, you can to set the ForceFormReload registry key in Outlook. When the ForceFormReload registry key is enabled, and Outlook encounters an error when opening an item that is based on a custom form, Outlook automatically clears the cache for this specific form.
Then, Outlook tries to open the item again. While this method does not correct the cause of the forms cache problem, this method does make the problem transparent to people who use custom forms.

To enable the ForceFormReload registry key functionality, follow these steps:

Start Registry Editor.
Click the following key in the registry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook
On the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the following registry value
Value : ForceFormReload
Data Value : Reg_Dword
Value Data : 1
Quit registry
yfawazAsked:
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apache09Commented:
Close Outlook and reopen using the following command line switches

Start>Run>Outlook.exe /cleanprofile
Start>Run>Outlook.exe /firstrun
yfawazAuthor Commented:
I tried both options but no luck still facing the same issue.
apache09Commented:
Is Office 2003 SP3 installed?
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=E25B7049-3E13-433B-B9D2-5E3C1132F206&displaylang=en

If not try installing it and give it a go.

If the above has not worked, I would Uninstall Office 2003 using the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility.
Then Re-Install Office 2003 with SP3
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301
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yfawazAuthor Commented:
I have already SP3 installed, however, if I go tools, Forms, chose a form then choose Calendar , Appointment it is working and I'm being to create new calendar, but from the calender directly I can't create it
apache09Commented:
Is this in your own personal calendar in Outlook?
Or is this on someone else's or a shared calendar?
yfawazAuthor Commented:
it is on my own personal calendar in Outlook
yfawazAuthor Commented:
I have unstalled office Windows Installer Cleanup Utility and delete my outlook profile from the PC the reinstall it but no luck still facing the same problem. it is creazy !
apache09Commented:
Odd...

Open Outlook in Safe Mode and give it a try again.
Starting with Outlook Closed
Start>Run>Outlook.exe /safe

Also is Word installed?

yfawazAuthor Commented:
I tried to run outlook in safe mode and stll facing the same problem, I have word installed
apache09Commented:
Hrm,

Try reinstalling just the proofing tools:

To install just the proofing tools from Office 2003, run Office setup and choose the custom option. Uncheck all programs in the list and add a check to choose the options at the bottom of the programs list. No the nest screen, set each top level item to be Not Available (red X icon). Expand the Office Shared Features branch and locate Proofing tools in the list. Expand proofing tools and choose English, setting it to Run from my computer. Finish the installation.

Once installed, restart OE - go to Tools, Options and verify Spelling is configured to use the correct English dictionary.


apache09Commented:
If that doesnt work might try renaming your Normal.dot file to Normal.old

To do so, just search for "Normal.dot"
Show Hidden Files and Folders is enabled.
Dbl Click My Computer>Tools>Folder Options>View
Click the Radio Button to enable "Show Hidden Files and Folders"

Then run the Search

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