I want to delete all my files in my new version of Excel 07 and start again, to avoid all the popups telling me about difficulties in converting to/from old formats.
How can this be done, please?
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go google and type in --manual for excel version (what ever it is ) and down load the pdf file
go to a book shop and buy a Excel for dummies book
or e-bay and excel for dummies or other excel explained books
explaining it as a reply will be as confusing as the reply would be pages long
if windows then right click on start select search and type in *.xl* as the file type and note what the file location is. Then right click on start and select explore and find the folder that the Excel files where in and left click on the file you want to delete and press the del key on the keyboard. also a right click will bring up a menu and you can select delete.
either your MS Office Installation is currupt or your system in infected with a virus.
Please scan your system using a good virus scanner. (Please uninstall any prior scanner if you have and pl avoid using McAfee for the time being).
Now open your excel go to Office button
Office Button --> Excel Options --> Resources --> Diagnose
if problem comes during diagnosis, please connect your system to internet and if fails, please reinstall office again.
I have fixed my problem. I realised that the Microsoft Access Database DSN did not include the *.accdb driver. I deleted the existing DSN and created a new one. This allowed me to select the ODBC driver that worked for both file types.
I cameto realise that I was only having this problem on machines that have been upgraded to excel 2007 and not on machines with full virgin installations. On install both try to create the appropriate DSN but one with the same name already exists on the machines being upgraded and the creation fails.
Generally this error occurs because you have deleted your word.exe & excel.exe files to confirm of deletion of these application file you can check by following pathway. If they are not there means you should restore deleted file from Recycle Bin.
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11
If the file are not available in Recycle Bin then you should reinstall M.S. Office Application.
You can restore your system to an earlier date when it was working prpoperly.
Whenever Excel closes unexpectedly, "ghost users" can remain in a "shared" workbook. Excel tracks changes in order to synchronize between users, resulting in huge file sizes. In order to fix the problem click Share Workbook (Review tab, Changes group in 2007 or Tools/Share Workbook in earlier). On the Editing tab see if there are any "Users" using the workbook. If so, remove them by clicking "Remove User." When you save again, the file should be back to normal. Being this is a Microsoft product, I want to re-emphasize the word "should" from my previous sentence...
I suggest you use the Enterprise manager (gui tool to manage SQL).
Restoring a single table is not an option.
You can however restore a file or filegroup.
Make sure to backup before you start and NOT to restore database to its original name or original file location, to avoid acidents.
Normally you will have databases with only 2 files: the data at its Primary file group, and log file.
You may wish to create a new file group and move tables to the new group by recreating them there and exporting data from old table to new table. Then recreate indexes. This may prove to be complex as all tables and indexes have unique names and can't coexist with exact duplicate of them.
oh yea..... did I say backup?
well just in case backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup backup
but dont overwrite that backup