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Posted on 2011-03-14
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I have just updated Outlook 2010 and have a weird issue. When I go into recoccuring meetings list as just  a occurence "not the series" when I am hosterI cannot close the appointment once opened. Any suggestions?
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by:Chadinzski
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If a close or X is not available on the current window, try pressing Control-F4.  It's the keyboard command for "Close current window".
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by:ITimaging
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No dice.
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by:Chadinzski
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By chance, do you have any WebEx software installed on the same box as Outlook 2010?  Try disabling the WebEx add-in if so.
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You might also want to try disabling all add-ins just to help trace the issue.

Outlook / File / Options / Add-ins / COM Add-ins
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