Outlook 2003 / Detect and Repair

I need to do a "Detect and Repair" in Outlook 2003. Is there a way to do it from the Command Line? I know it can be done from the Help file menu but that is not a plausible option.

Or I need to figure out how to get rid of this error when I open Outlook 2003:

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application
Data\Microsoft\AddIns\outlvba.dll is not a valid Office Add-in

after I've removed Office.

I'm uninstall Office 2000 from my workstations and it appears to be causing problem with Outlook 2003. If I do a detect and repair it seems to fix it, but I can't seem to script for it. I noticed that if I run the outls11.msi in the Outlook 2003 setup CD it will ask me this as one of the options but I'm unable to make it happen automatically.

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