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Try opening the program, then on the program do you have the option to import? If yes then import it, then save it as another filename, If not, click on the file and then open, after that on the file name type *.* this will open all files on the folder you have saved the files from the previous timeslips, then open the files. This is like Microsoft word 2007 vs microsoft 2003, the file names are different.
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This article describes how to troubleshoot problems that you may experience when you try to activate a 2007 Microsoft Office application. Additionally, this article contains several methods that you can use to troubleshoot activation issues.
This article is intended for a beginning to intermediate computer user. You may experience the problems in the following scenarios:
Scenario 1 When you try to activate a Microsoft 2007 Office suite, you may experience one of the following symptoms:
You receive the following error message:Your software cannot be activated because the product key you installed with is not valid. Please uninstall the software and reinstall it using a valid product key.
The activation process fails. Additionally, you receive a message that states that you have reached the limit on the number of computers on which you can activate the 2007 Office suite.
Scenario 2 When you successfully started a 2007 Office application and all functions worked correctly for you in the past, you receive an error message. The error message indicates that significant changes were made to the configuration of the computer. In addition to this error message, you may also experience any of the following symptoms:
When you try to activate the 2007 Office suite, the Activation Wizard disappears.
When you try to to activate the 2007 Office suite over the Internet, you receive a communications-related error.
When you try to activate a 2007 Office suite , the Activation Wizard does not start. Additionally, you receive no error messages.
Scenario 3 You try to activate the 2007 Office suite over the phone. However, after you enter the confirmation ID that the support staff supplied to you, you receive an error message. The error message states that the confirmation ID is invalid.
Scenario 4 When you successfully started a 2007 Office application and all functions worked correctly for you in the past, the 2007 Office application now runs in a reduced functionality mode.
Scenario 5 When you start a 2007 Office Trial version for the first time after you complete License Activation, the 2007 Office Trial version runs in a reduced functionality mode, and the Office Activation Wizard is displayed. Additionally, the following text is displayed:
2007 Office system is expired. In this expired state, many features of the version are unavailable until you convert to the full product. Click Convert to begin the conversion process.
Note This activation problem indicates that the Opa12.dat file is corrupt for the 2007 Office application. Scenario 6 When you try to obtain an activation key for a trial version of the 2007 Microsoft Office system over the Internet, you receive the following error message:The Microsoft Activation Assistant was unable to request your trial activation key This issue is temporary until the updated version of Try Microsoft Office 2007 is available. Microsoft is in the process of updating Try Microsoft Office 2007 based on the January 2010 update for Office Word. For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:978951 Description of the January 2010 update for Office Word
try to restore your system to when it works normally..to do this;
Click windows start>pointing all programs>click accessories>system tools>then system restore..
On system restore window tick on "restore my computer to an earlier time"
click next then select date and time to when that program works good before the error occurs..
click next then next...wait untill the process complete...click ok after finish..
hope this help, goodluck
Easiest way to fix that problem is to save all your important files onto an external hard drive and reformat the hard drive, otherwise you will be trying to correct this with Antivirus programs and other junk that will only cover up the error message. Alot of times it is easier to format and reinstall the operating system than try to figure out tose error codes, and windows never gets their stuff right.
Step 2: Press CTRL+ALT+R at company info menu. Step 3: Tally asks to select the company to rewrite. Select the desired company to rewrite and then press Enter key. Step 4: Rewrite confirmation will be appeared on the screen, press "y" to start rewriting process. Step 5:After rewriting the data Tally creates Tally.rew file in Tally folder.open it in any text editor and go through it about the corrupted data.
Based on my experience there are many reasons that this issue may occur. I suggest you try the following suggestions:
* Suggestion 1: Clear Temp folders ====================== 1. Click Start>Programs>Accessories>Disk Cleanup 2. Clear your Temporary Internet files and temp files. 3. Restart the PC. 4. Copy your Office 2007 files and folders to a local folder. 5. Double click on the Setup.exe to start the install process.
* Suggestion 2: Check the Environment Variables ==================== I remember I have resolved some similar issues that the users report Office 2007 has failed to install. I have figured out this is caused by the wrong configuration of the user variables. To check it, please follow the steps below:
1. Right click on Computer, and choose Properties 2. In the Tasks list that appears on the left, click Advanced system settings. 3. Click Advanced tab, click Environment Variables. 4. Under User variables for user name, check if TEMP is configured as the following value: "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Temp"
* Suggestion 3: Install under Vista safe mode ====================== Please try to install Office 2007 under Vista safe mode:
1. Restart Windows. 2. At the boot sequence, long press F8 key to invoke startup menu. 3. Choose Safe Mode with network connection on the menu and press Enter. 4. After Windows starts in this mode, install Office 2007 again and see the result.
How long has the problem been occuring? Were any updates to programs or new programs installed before the problem started. Is the virus protection software up to date. What operating system is QB 2001 being used?
Let me know?