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Provided are some tips and advice about fixing certain software problems. Hope this saves you some time!
Solution: This is due to some security changes
that Microsoft implemented in Windows XP, SP2 and it impacts
IE7+ on XP and Vista. There are two ways to address this issue.
-- First is to change the IE security settings: Open IE > go to Tools (in the menu) > check "Allow active content from CDs to run on My Computer" and "Allow active content to run in files on My Computer" (this requires that you restart IE).
-- Second: You can add what is called "The Mark Of The Web" (MOTW) to the top of your web pages in this format:
<!-- saved from url=(0014)about:internet -->
The number is the length of the string after it. You can use real URLs such as:
<!-- saved from url=(0025)http://www.xsynthesis.com -->
Solution: This behavior is by design on Outlook, to protect you from unsafe attachments. You should consider leaving it as it is, in order to receive the best protection. If you are completely sure that you want to be able to open certain kind of attachments, you can do the following registry change (always do proper backup before doing registry changes):
Solution: This seems to be a commonly reported error on Internet forums nowadays. It can show on Windows XP or Vista PCs, but it seems the file share seems to be running on Windows XP. Microsoft has a KB article (KB 225782), but it seems to deal with Windows NT systems. Another interesting link my be one from PC Doctor-Guide. In my case, however, this was related to Trend Micro Internet Security Pro 2008, and it was fixed by stopping the anti-virus program and then restarting it.
Solution: I had to delete all rules with
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /cleanrules
Then, re-import the Outlook 2003 rules.
Solution: This is by design, at this time. The workaround is to connect to it via Remote Desktop Connection, then copy/ paste would work (or can be made to work by properly configuring the settings to your Remote Desktop Connection.
Solution: This was fixed by clearing ALL of the IE cache.
Solution: When connecting your laptop to a
secondary monitor and then disconnected without remembering to
move it back to the primary desktop window, you may find the
situation where the application is running and you can see it in
the taskbar, but you can't see on your screen, as the computer
still thinks it is running on the other window. This can happen
when reducing a resolution on your monitor, also.
It is simply do this with a keyboard trick. Follow these steps:
right click on the application > choose Move > hit any of the arrow keys (this step is not obvious, but necessary) > move the mouse and the window will show up on your desktop.
Solution: Click the arrow to the right of the Options button, and then click Bcc. Also, can see this Office article.
Solution: On the Clipboard task pane > click
Options > clear the Show Office Clipboard Automatically check
box > clear the Show Office Clipboard When Ctrl+C Pressed Twice
check box. For more
see this Office article.
However, to fully disable the clipboard, you have to edit the registry as follows: see MS KB207438 (please note that you may have to change \9.0\ (used for office 2000) to \11.0\ for Office 2003).
Solution: To fix: open rules, select Change Rules > Edit Rule Settings > uncheck the first option/ condition that says to run on this computer only > click Finish > click Apply.
Solution: See "The address list could not be displayed" error message when you use your Contacts to address a new message in Outlook, Microsoft KB319901
Solution: This could be due to add-ins still
staying in memory and not closing properly. Disable your
add-ins, one by one and see if that corrects the problem (Tools
> Options > Other tab > Advanced Options... button > Add-In
Manager button, also COM Add-Ins button. At the end, File > Exit
to close Outlook.
One more approach is to remove the "/recycle" switch from your Outlook shortcut, in order to prevent Outlook from recycling its process when closing it and reopening it.
Finally, if this does not fix the problem, try using this free utility from SlipStick.
Solution: You may need to have the Office 2007 fonts, which are installed by default with the Office Compatibility Pack for Office 2007 File Formats. If this does not help, download the free ClearType tool from Microsoft and decide if you like to have ClearType enabled or not. If the problem appears in IE, consider adjusting your ClearType setting within IE: Tools Menu > Internet Options > Advanced Tabs > under Multimedia, clear the Use ClearType checkbox > click OK
Solution: You can do this by going to Options > Other > Advanced Options button > Browser button.
Solution: You can find this in Options > Preferences tab. Disabling this feature helps greatly if you use Outlook as your timesheet recording tool.
Solution: You can find this out by going to Start > Run (this can be done by clicking WinKey+R also) > type "dxdiag".
Solution: See Microsoft KB319901 (in summary, in Tools you remove/ add additional Address Book, and may have to do Properties on the Contacts folder to set it to show up as Address Book).
Solution: This folder is used by Microsoft Office installer and it can be removed via the Disk Cleanup utility (found in Accessories > System Tools). For more detailed explanation, please see: KB825933.
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