I have an application (see screen shot attached) that requires Outlook to function. The application inserts an event into the default Outlook calendar. The application has been working and it still works on user machines; but not mine which is the development machine. Further background, I had Visio 2007 and Office 2007 on this same machine that were all removed in favor of just this version. I received a message that I should run the repair on these applications which I disregarded because they were all removed as far as I can/could see. Are they? Is there somewhere else to look?
Specifically this began to occur after the Office 2013 "upgrade" from 32 bit to 64 bit which I did to accommodate some other applications I'm developing. I've read around that there is a registry key not removed from a previous uninstall. That notion seems to go along with the error message in the attachment.
Have you run into this specifically? What would you suggest to repair the problem?
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