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When I try to assign Word as my primary email editor Outlook lets me check the box but when I open a new message I get an error message that says Word is either busy or cannot be found. Word works fine when I open it normally as a stand alone app. but not as the email editor. Whassup?
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Open any Office programme click help then detect and repair, have a tick in restore my shortcuts, you will need the Office CD
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Keith, thanks for the reply. I thought it would work, but no luck. Did exactly as you said and still get the same message.

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If you open Word, does it let you use the mail button to send
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Tried it - got a message that "Word could not load the email envelope. This could be caused by a network connection problem or you Pfiice installation"
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You can go add / remove then click office then change then choose re-install but you probably lose your e-mails this way
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