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olmapi32.dll error with Outlook 2013 on Windows 8

Posted on 2012-12-25
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I am getting a olmapi32.dll error when starting outlook 2013, I searched for a solution but few applied to Office 2013. This is what happened. I had office 2010 which worked fine, I then upgrade to 2013 and work with it for about a week, then upgraded to windows 8, the windows 8 upgrade went well, but then when I attempted to load outlook I received that error. I had wanted to re-install office 2013, but that appears no to be an option when I run setup.

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Steve
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by:luconsta
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Well, a lot applied to Office 2013 but maybe not "your way" :)
I use it without any error but installed directly on a Windows 8 PC.
You should run the setup again for Office 2013 and it should give you the option to "repair" the current installation.
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Stephen Weber - MCSE, CCNA earned 0 total points
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I tried the repair and it failed to repair. I was able to fix the problem by going into office setup, and installing most if not all of the optional components, then restarted and all work ok.

all the  best
Steve
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by:Stephen Weber - MCSE, CCNA
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I did not receive an effective solution from the one person who answered the post, I was able to fix on my own.
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by:ibreakit
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Could you enlarge on what you did to fix the issue?
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