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Start Up Error - The operation cannot be performed/ object deleted

Postby ZmJvc2Nv » Fri, 01 Apr 2005 02:29:02 GMT

I have WinXP Pro, MS office 2003 Professional w/ Small Business / Contact 
Manager.  I am experiencing 2 issues that may or may not be related:

Issue #1 (most Important) When I start the program, the program shows 
everything but the preview pane (on the right) and hangs up.  I get an 
"error" message that says: Business Contact Manager--> The operation cannot 
be performed because the object has been deleted-->OK  I click OK and I get 
the exact same message (always 2x's) - I click OK and then the program starts 
up.  The preview pane appears on the right and all seems to opearte normally.

Issue #2 There are approximately 100 message shortcust in my Quick Launch 
Tool Bar.  They appear to all have been created on 3/13/05 at 12:58PM.  When 
I click on the individual messages I get the following "exclamation" message: 
Microsoft Office Outlook--> Can't open the file: C:\Documents and 
Settings\"name" (my Name)\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explor... The 
file may not exist, you may not have permission to open it, or it may be open 
in another program. Right click the folder that contains the file, and then 
click Properties to chreck your permissionsfor the folder.-->OK  After 
clicking OK it appears that I can read the mail/open attachments normally.  I 
cannot delete or move the messages out of the quick launch tool bar.

Thanks inadvance for any help/insight.

-- 
Thanks,
fbosco

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