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outlook 2003 capalization problems

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I have a windows 2003 running terminal server. I have a user who is having a issue with outlook 2003. When she hits shift to capitalize somthing it doesnt all the time, it will delay and capilize the letter 3 or 5 letters down, It is a random problem. Her local pc has outlook 2003 on it also with no issues. I have tried rebuilding her profile on the server, replaced the keyboard and installed  a usb 2 card for it to plug it into to,. I have run malware and virus checks. Not sure were to go from here.

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by:wellhole
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You should replace this piece of hardware - the user.
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by:xnatex21
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Are you certain that this problem only occurs in Outlook 03?
Notepad?
Word 03?
IE?
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by:OneStopPCHelp
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This is reported by user. She has said only in outlook on the server side
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by:OneStopPCHelp
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Why do you think hardware ???
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by:xnatex21
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Please confirm that it's ONLY Outlook.
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by:OneStopPCHelp
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i have confirmed
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by:JAKJO
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Have you deleted and created the mail profile on her machine?
Also, are you using roaming log on profiles... If local, delete the profile on her machine. Roaming - delete the profile on the Server.
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by:xnatex21
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I think you've covered most of the possible issues (Keyboard, Profile, Malware).

But, have you tried disabling all of the addins for Outlook?
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No I have not tried disabling addon.. Its a great thought. I will remote into her profile and try tonite and report back
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