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Office 2007 Pro Plus and Windows Vista

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In Office 2007 Pro Plus (I am Using Windows Vista 32 Bit SP1) every time I try to print an email, outlook crashes and shuts down.  I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling and continue to encounter this issue.  Any help wiill be greatly appreciated.
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Try installing some updted printer drivers. This may help.

Try running Outlook in safe mode. Click on Windows Flag (bottom left), type in outlook /safe and then try and print to see if there are any plugins/extensions that are causing you problems.

You can also try and run a repair on your inbox using scanpst and scanost.
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