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RetNavy91

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Whenever I open Microsoft Outlook 2003 I get an error message that says:

"c:\Documents and Settings\Valued Customer\Application Data\Microsoft\AddInns\outlvba.dll' is not a valid Office Add-in"

Once I click "OK", everything works fine. No other programs seem to be affected. I would like to remove this error message (and more importantly, understand why I get it). Any Suggestions?

Thank You,
John
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Hello RetNavy91,

Take a look at the following thread.

http://help.lockergn...pict696377.html

Hope this helps.
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Hello RetNavy91,

Take a look at the following thread.

http://help.lockergn...pict696377.html

Hope this helps.



Thanks makinu1der2
I did a google search on my problem after posting the message and came up with a solution. In Outlook, I opened Help>detect and repair, and then clicked "restore shortcuts" and unclicked "discard my customized settings". Then I let Outlook do a repai on itself. After I rebooted the system, the error messag was gone and all was well again.
Thanks again for the response and the help,
John
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Glad you resolved the issue and Thanks for posting back with results.
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Sorry to bump but I am having this problem and the detect and repair did not fix it for me. Is there any other fixes?
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