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So I sit at my computer working on something in a totally different program, and spontaneously a dialog box appears with the title "Script Error" and message text:

Script Error

Line 29
Position 129

if x = "" then x = "GetRegValue(2, "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\" & pcode, "Displa<script language="VBScript">

All of the above is [sic]--it really says "Displa" and then starts a tag, and repeats "Script Error".

When I click "OK" the dialog and Outlook 2003 both close.

What the heck? What would cause something like that? Does Outlook even excecute VBScript?

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Have VBA scripts in Tool>Macro>Macros? Any add-ins installed? – gmpcrm Apr 8 '11 at 17:45
Tools >> Macro >> Macros is empty. I have the Live Meeting addin installed. Thanks. – CarlF Apr 8 '11 at 19:37

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