If you cannot preview a Word or an Excel attachment in Outlook with error: "This file cannot be previewed because of an error with the following previewer…", or if you cannot open a Word attachment with error "Word experienced an error trying to open the file", then continue reading below.
This tutorial contains instructions to resolve the following error in Windows 10, 8 or 7 OS. "The Application was unable to start correctly, (0xC0000142). Click OK to close the application".
The error "The Path Specified for the file "Outlook.pst is not valid" can appear in any Outlook version (Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 or 2003) if the Outlook mail application cannot find the PST data file to load the Outlook profile.
In a previous tutorial I had described the way to manually backup your Outlook Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Settings. In this tutorial I 'll show to you how to automatically back up your Outlook data .PST file (Emails, Calendar, Contacts, etc.) in Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 & 2003 versions.
The Outlook for MAC search "No Results" problem, can appear after updating MAC OS or Office for MAC from one release to another or can appear suddenly without an obvious reason.
If you 're using Google Mail, to manage your mail, then you should have a backup of the Google contacts that you don't want to lose, or – maybe – you want to transfer and use your contacts to your email client application (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.) on your computer.
How to Create New Outlook Profile and Use an Existing OUTLOOK.PST file as default. (Outlook All Versions)
This tutorial guides through the steps needed to create a new Outlook profile in Outlook 2016, 2013, 2010, 2017 & 2003 versions. At the second part of this tutorial you 'll learn how to specify a different Outlook PST file (e.g. the "Outlook.pst" from your old computer) as the default store location for the secondary […]
This post describes the way to fix the "Outlook.exe runtime error" when you 're trying to start the Outlook Email program. The runtime error in Outlook, is commonly caused by a installed third party add-in that prevents Outlook to start normally.
Outlook "0x80040900" error commonly occurs when you have specified incorrect the mail server name (or ports) at Outlook Account settings, or, if you cannot reach the mail server due to Internet connections problems.
If you face a problem with your Microsoft Office product (e.g. Word, Excel or Outlook crashes or not respond) then the first action to resolve the problem is to locate and deactivate any additional plugins that can cause your Office product to malfunction.