Re: A Problem on My Dell, Not With My Dell
- From: Bill <bgross@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 16:58:08 -0500
Thanks, I'll give it a try.
On 15 Jul 2005 15:40:39 -0500, LastYJ <carsx88-6012@xxxxxxxxxxx>
>Bill <bgross@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
>> I purchased Stufit Software because a guy I deal with likes to use it
>> and sends stuff to me compressed in that format. Not being totally
>> aware of what it did I selected to option to do a normal install which
>> included integration with MS OFFICE. This error on my part meant that
>> when I sent Excel spreadsheets Stufit would decide to put them into
>> "zip" format. Not really a problem except that other people I deal
>> with have mail servers that automatically reject attachments in "zip"
>> I've tried all the tricks to uninstall it I know. Including
>> reinstalling and uninstalling again and again. It doesn't show up on
>> my computer, the directory for it is gone, but every time I start
>> Outlook I get an error message saying it can find a component of
>> Stufit. What is worse every time I try to e-mail a spreadsheet the
>> thing automatically gets "zipped" and rejected at the other end.
>> It is probably stuck deep in the registry. Any ideas on how to get
>> rid of it once and for all?
>If the problem is only in Outlook, try this:
>In Outlook, click Tools, Options, and then the Other tab. Click the
>Advanced Options... button, and then click the Add-In Manager... button.
>See if Stuffit or anything that looks like that is checked. If yes, remove
>the checkmark. Close and re-open Outlook again to see if you still see the
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