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Excel 2013 - Crashes when Sharing via Email

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I have a client where all computers are running Windows 8.1 with Excel 2013 sp1. When in Excel and clicking on Share > Email > PDF, Excel stops responding but the email is actually sent.

The same issue happens when trying to email as an XPS. Word can do these functions but has no issue. There are no Excel add-ins installed.

The event log shows it was an EMET DEP mitigation. However, I can run this Excel function just fine on 3 other machines with Windows 8.1 + Excel 2013 sp1 + EMET with DEP on.

It leads me to assume there is some other type of conflict or bug I am missing. Any ideas?
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Fixed the issue by doing a full Online Repair of Office.
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