Fix: Class Not Registered error in Outlook

Outlook Today is one of the nice feature provided by Outlook; an Office component. Using Outlook Today, you can schedule events like you can schedule things on your smartphones. You can also add mail folders and email accounts which you frequently use, so that you can finish your work easily. I found this feature of paramount importance as far as professionals are concerned.

Class Not Registered Outlook

However, while using this feature, you may came around this error:

Line: 298.
Char: 1.
Error: Class not registered.
Code: 0
URL: Outlook Today

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This Class not registered error may be encountered due to possible corruption or non-allocation of the Outlwvw.dll file or it may result due to damaged registry entries.

Well, in this article, we’ll tell you the working way to fix out this issue, so that you can use Outlook Today without any hitch and enjoy its benefits so far. Here is what you have to do to fix this, make sure you have closed Outlook while following this fix:

Class Not Registered – Outlook Today

1. Press Windows Key + R combination, type put Regedt32.exe in Run dialog box and hit Enter to open the Registry Editor.

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2. Navigate to the following location:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\TypeLib\{0006F062-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}

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3. In the left pane of this location, expand the key {0006F062-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}. Now, you’ll have two folders 1.0 and 1.1. Simply do a right click over the 1.0 folder and pick Delete from the context menu so appears.

You may now close the Registry Editor and restart the Explorer or reboot the system. Open Outlook now, and your problem should be fixed.

Hope this helps!

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