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MS Outlook 2000 not responding

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Sorry, but I posted this to the wrong forum. It should have been posted to the Office forum. If anyone can tell me how to delete this post from this forum, I will take care of it. :whistling:

Yesterday, I was trying to forward an email when Outlook went berzerk. I went to the Task Manager and found that 100% of the CPU usage was being used. I have had this problem before and it seems that more than one MS Word application is running in the background taking up all of the resources even though Word should only be open in the background as the email editor.

I looked at the processes and Winword.exe was the only process that was running. So.... I ended the process thinking that that would shut down Word.

Now when I try to open Outlook, nothing happens. When I go to Task Manager, it says that Outlook is not responding.

Any help on how to fix this would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by highland403, 30 December 2006 - 09:41 PM.

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