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Outlook 2007 Crashes in notes tab

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi Everyone

When i click on the notes tab in outlook 2007 it all ways crashes. I have tried re install and updated to sp2
 
I have to press ctrl + alt + del and end task of outlook  Outlook 2007 Outlook 2007
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There is a known issue fro Outlook Crashing in 2007

To fix there may be some add-ins which need to be disabled

Disable add-ins. If you have Adobe Acrobat 6 installed, disable it's add-in first. SnagIt's addin will also crash Outlook. If Outlook crashes when you attempt to disable the addins, you'll need to edit the registry. Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins and change the load behavior for Acrobat, SnagIt or other non-Microsoft add-ins to 0.

Sometimes when composing a mail, typing does not insert characters into the body of the message. Clicking the body also does not work.

Click on the To, CC, or Subject line and then click back into the body of the message.


If this is already done, and still crashes
Close outlook and re-open using
Start>Run>Outlook.exe /safe

Test this in safe mode
If it works in safe mode, then the issue will be caused by another add in

Disable you add-ins 1 at a time untill your find the troublesom one

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