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Thread: Outlook starts on every startup

  1. #1
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    Outlook starts on every startup

    Hello,
    Whenever i start my computer, on the start up outlook starts automatically. I don't want any Microsoft office program on start up of windows. Can anybody help?

    Thank you in advance.

  2. #2
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    Re: Outlook starts on every startup

    Check the following points:
    • Outlook is there in MSCONFIG
    • Outlook is enabled as a service
    • It listed in in Scheduled Tasks

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    Re: Outlook starts on every startup

    Try this:
    • Click the Start button
    • Then click All Programs
    • In the All Programs list, right-click the Startup folder
    • Then click Explore on the shortcut menu
    • In the window that opens, click Organize
    • The remove it from there

  4. #4
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    Re: Outlook starts on every startup

    In MSConfig untick the tick box that says hide all MS products. Find find Outlook. There are several programs available to turn off start up items.

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    star Re: Outlook starts on every startup

    I would ideally want to try Solomon's advise...then if required...Mr Chris'
    Share what happened...

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