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    Default Office 365 A-pplications will not open after Win update

    I am on Win 10 64 bit Build 1903 I always take all updates.
    After the most recent one for the 3rd time this year I cannot start any Office 365 programmes except OneNote.
    I have tried MS Apps and Features Quick Repair. Last time it did not work nor again this time.
    Now like last time I shall have to go though the "long repair" Uninstall and reinstall Office -takes quite some time.
    I hope this works.

    Has anyone else experienced this problem in the last few days?

    All my recent System Restore points had disappeared except an auto one on 7 October. That did not work

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    Default Re: Office 365 A-pplications will not open after Win update

    Is there any error messages when trying to open, or simply don't wanna work ?

    Try opening Word in safe mode.

    Hold down the CTRL key, double click Word, it should pop up with a message asking to open --- What happens ??
    Update / Upgrades = Replace old bugs with new ones.

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    Default Re: Office 365 A-pplications will not open after Win update

    Yes I got all the prompts about Safe mode and repair on all Word, Excel Outlook etc.

    On the "positive" side the Uninstall and Reinstall was comparatively quick this time -less than 1 hour

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