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    Excel Error (2000)

    Hello ,

    I appear to be getting an error when l load up excel.
    I would appreciate it very much if you could inform me what is causing this error (see attachment) and
    how l could go about resolving it.

    Thanks
    Justin

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    Re: Excel Error (2000)

    Usually, this error message has another line specifying which feature is involved. The version in your sceenshot offers little information. Try <!post=Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in XL,290455>Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in XL<!/post> by Jan Karel Pieterse.

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    Re: Excel Error (2000)

    I have seen this error too, coming by as a result of opening workbooks that were saved in XL95/5 format. Usually didn't cause any further trouble for me, since I could normally work in them.

    Maybe you should do a Help, detect and repair from within Excel (make sure you have the CD at hand).
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    Re: Excel Error (2000)

    Hi,

    I tried to do Detect and Repair but still no luck. I also tried other things you suggested i.e removing temp files etc.
    But still problem is there. Any other suggestions?

    Justin

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    Re: Excel Error (2000)

    I guess best is to completely remove Office (there is a special tool available from the MS website AFAIK), then reinstall Office.
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