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Old 04-11-2019, 01:43 AM
scarlet0 scarlet0 is offline oledata.mso file problem Windows 10 oledata.mso file problem Office 2013
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Every time when I send letter using Outlook it attaches oledata.mso file to the letter. Email recepients get confused trying to open this file. I'm tired to explain them not to open this file. How to prevent Outlook to attach this file?
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This is not normal. I would either run a Repair on Office or create a new Outlook profile.
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