Signature button not working in Outlook 2016

Brand New Windows 10 PC. Had Outlook 2013 but when I would goto file, options, signature the window never opened. I repaired, uninstalled, installed 2016, checked for updates etc. I removed mail profile, manually removed app data files etc.

Still the Signature button does not work. It is not grayed out... it just freezes for a minute then does nothing. I ran in safe mode, disabled antivirus as well.
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Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Open Outlook in safe mode and disable all add-ins.

Regedit the following keys:
Change both (Default) and LocalServer32 values in each to C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\Outlook.exe
Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
It might be an issue related to GPO. HERE
Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Do you use two version of Office? 2016 and 2013? If yes, it might cause your issue. In that case uninstall both versions and install O2016 back.
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Try as a different user. That is the best step for diagnosing.
cnl83Author Commented:
I disabled all add ons and did all of the above. I setup this account on a machine outside the network and was able to add a signature.

It's not just signature dialogue box that won't populate. I can't open stationary and a slew of others.
cnl83Author Commented:
No I don't have both versions. I completely scrubbed the workstation of any trace of Office.
Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
If you've tried the registry trick...

Check local policies and domain policies as well.
Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
Locate this one: Disable command bar buttons and menu items - set it to disable (check both local and domain policy)
cnl83Author Commented:
When I got these keys there is no path at all. It's just a default REG_SZ and when I try to enter the path to Outlook it just disappears and does not save. There is no localserver32 under the second key.

cnl83Author Commented:
There is no Group or Local Policy set.
Hello ThereSystem AdministratorCommented:
If there is no reg key, create it.
If you have found the policy -> change it from Not configured to Disabled
If one account does not work and the other does and within the non-working account, not even a new outlook profile does it, there are 2 ways out:

1 the uncertain way: open regedit and delete the keys for outlook below HKCU as the user who's outlook misbehaves - if you on't know how, leave it and move to 2
2 the certain way: backup your users data, favorites and so on and delete that user profile and re-create it.

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