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Weird problem with Outlook 2007

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I use the Office Enterprise 2007 package (in case this makes a difference in solving the problem).

Whenever I activate Outlook to check my email, if Outlook is in the full screen mode, it gives me the error message "Outlook has encountered a problem and needs to close", etc. The program then tries to reload itself, but it gives the same result each time -- it's as if it's stuck in some kind of "error loop".

HOWEVER, if I use the "Restore Down" mode (so that Outlook is showing in the "half page" mode), it works great, no problems. I used the cursor to "stretch" the Outlook window so it's about 3/4 of the full page size, but as soon as I try to maximize the window I get the error all over again.

I have searched and searched but can't seem to find a mention of this particular problem anywhere. Any ideas on what could be causing this and how to fix it? The program just started doing this a few weeks ago; there were *no* system changes or anything. I'm also using Norton 360 but there's no indication of any viruses, etc. It seems to be a program glitch but it's worked flawlessly for over a year -- until a few weeks ago.

Any suggestions appreciated! Thanks....
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some time outlook data file (pst) may got corrupted or it might be got infected.
You would have to scan and repair it's error. Try to follow this Microsoft link:
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