Help with EXCEL

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by prettyboyblue, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. prettyboyblue

    prettyboyblue New Member

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    Recently I downloaded an excel file from an email. When i opened the attachment, my Excel program would boot up but would eventually hang. I would "force quit" the application to get it out of that state. I tried restarting, taking out the battery, deleting the said file. But still when i open excel program, that particular file would still try to open even if i deleted it and emptied my trash. How can I use my excel program now? Tnx
     
  2. Mocha.Frap

    Mocha.Frap Active Member

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    Maybe the file that you downloaded is corrupted. Try to simply open excel and make a new document, save it then quit excel. Then try to open that document :D
     
  3. Sven

    Sven Active Member

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    Uhm...wrong subforum?
     
  4. philpangandian

    philpangandian Active Member

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    re-install? I guess your macro's security is set to low.
     
  5. ricpac

    ricpac Active Member

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    Using Office 2004 or 2008?
     
  6. prettyboyblue

    prettyboyblue New Member

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    Its 2004 version. I will install the 2008 version that came with the unit. I trasferred all my files from my old powerbook. Im now using the new MBP. Thanks for all your replies
     

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