From: guymaine on 31 May 2010 11:46
Where is "Start" in Win7?
"Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]" wrote:
> "Caroline WR" <Caroline WR(a)discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > My computer is a Dell XPS with Office professional 2007 - includes Outlook
> > 2007. operting system Windows 7 - 64 bit.
> > After I returned from a trip, I opened Outlook and had about 200 messages,
> > most of which I deleted. When I closed Outlook it appeared to crash my
> > computer - blue screen and then shut down. When I restared my computer and
> > tried to open Outlook I got the message "cannot start Microsoft Office
> > Outlook. Cannot open Outlook Window.
> > I have no idea what happened - it has not been a problem before - I have not
> > put in add-ins.
> > Would a registry fix program actually work - I hesitate to buy one if it
> > does not correct the problem. Iwill check my web mail as I can't open
> > outlook
> > I would really appreciate your Help
> Click Start. In the space at the bottom, enter
> outlook.exe /resetnavpane
> (be sure to include the space), press Enter.
> Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook].
From: VanguardLH on 31 May 2010 17:00
> Where is "Start" in Win7?
You have never used a version of Windows before version 7? If Windows 7
is your very first experience with Windows then suggested reading by
newbies would include:
It might be available at your local public library.
If you hover over the circled multi-colored flag button at the lower
left corner of the screen (at the left end of the Windows taskbar), what
does the balloon say?
AND STOP STARTING NEW THREADS! If you want to continue your discussion
then post your replies in the SAME thread.
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