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MS Outlook 2003 - Problem with Standard toolbar losing ability to click icons

MS Outlook 2003 - Problem with Standard toolbar losing ability to click icons

MS Outlook 2003 - Problem with Standard toolbar losing ability to click icons

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I'm using Outlook 2003 the points to our Exchange server and Windows 7 64 bit. During each day, I have to close down Outlook and restart it about 1 to 5 times a day. When the bug occurs, I'm unable to click on any of the icons in the Standard toolbar. Thus, I can't send a new message by clicking on the "NEW" icon. I'm using Google Desktop and maybe that has something to do with it? Any ideas would be appreciated. TIA

RE: MS Outlook 2003 - Problem with Standard toolbar losing ability to click icons

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Try disabling the two add-ins in Outlook to see if the problem goes away.
"Google Desktop Search Outlook Add-In" and the COM Add-In "Google
Desktop Outlook Toolbar" in Outlook, and restart the program.

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