Calendar Does Not work after Installing Windows Update KB 5022913

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After installing Windows Update KB5022913 (Moments 2) my calendar will not load and just disappears. I tried repairing, resetting, and reinstalling. Nothing works. Does anyone have a solution to this problem, or is this a microsoft bug. With out installing the update the calendar works fine. Now--nothing and no working calendar.
 

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I don't use the Calendar in Apps so checked and it doesn't work, flashes blank panel then closes. I'm just now being offered KB5022913 when checking Windows Update so will go ahead with the install.

UPDATE: No change after installing KB5022913.
 
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Just checked Settings, Apps and Calendar is not listed.

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A part of the KB5022913 install so maybe the combining is the problem:

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Another Update: just finished updating my Win11 Pro Desktop, no issue with Calendar. Just checked my WIn11 Home Desktop, calendar has same issue as my Win11 Pro Notebook on #2, am now running the KB5022913 Update on it. So now it's 1 good, 2 not.
 

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I too could not get it to work, went to settings tried repair did not help then I tried reset. Reset removed accounts in mail and calendar are tied together. Reentered mail accounts in mail and calendar works again. I do not think it may be caused by K5022913 by itself I did get before an update for mail. One of the two messed things up.
 

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A new thought came to me, the 1 Desktop that the calendar works on has Microsoft Office 2007 and the other Desktop and Notebook don't have an installed version of Office and the 'trial' versions that came with Win11 have been removed. Could there be a connection there?
 

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