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Cannot open some attached files to e-mail

I have Microsoft XP Home Edition installed. Some attached files produced f e in Excell, is impossible to open. Can I do something other than bay and install Excell?

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You can use google docs to upload and read excel file there

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I cannot open an email attachment on microsoft office 2007. what seems to be the problem?


What type of Attachment is it?? If its a .zip, .rar (compressed) folder you may need a software to open this attachment for you. If it is a .Pdf file you will also need a software to open this type of document. I would recommend Peazip (google Peazip and download/Install) to open compressed files from E mail attachments and extract them to a format Microsoft Office will open (assuming they contain files for MS office). For .pdf files I would use Acrobat Reader (google and download/install) Or Foxit Reader (google and download/install). I hope this helps you get what you need. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask.

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I have a problem with excel attachment when Problem with the Microsoft Excel 2007 Home and Student Edition Full Version for PC (5534075) I have a problem with excel attachment when received on email, the...


Try to Restore Microsoft Excel to Its Default Spreadsheet ,
Open Microsoft Excel.

Navigate to the Help menu and open the "Detect and Repair" function. The Detect and Repair dialog will appear. If you want to restore your shortcuts at this time, check the appropriate icon
Click "Start." Wait for a short period while Office deletes all of the settings on all of the programs in the suite and restores it to its original installed state. This will apply the settings to Word, PowerPoint and Excel, and any other Office programs you have installed

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Microsoft Power Point has disappeared from my computer. I have tried re-installing Microsoft Office 2003, but it makes no difference. My computer was bought in 2004. It runs Windows XP Home Edition.


open my computer local drive - program files - microsoft office - office 11 - look for power point if have make a shortcut on desktop if no then next step
stsrt - run in run type powerpnt.exe see if its open if no then next
clickon start - control panel- add an remove - highligh microsoft office - the clickon change - highlicght add an remove features - once you click on that if you getting various office component check mark all off tham and then clickon update or continue other wise if its prompt for installation option then clcikon microsoft office and then run all from my computer
let me knaoe the results
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I am not able to open any attached file in the incoming mail showing error like documents is damaged. But I can open that in direct mail server please help


If you are unable to open any attached file in your incoming mail and are using Microsoft Office 2007, run registry editor (regedit.exe) and scroll to the following location:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\12.0\Outlook\Security

Copy the contents of the "OutlookSecureTempFolder" key and paste it in the Windows Explorer to open the OutlookSecureTempFolder. Delete all files in this folder and then run Outlook.

This location can not be browsed to and can only be found from the registry as it is different for all users. e.g. for myself it is as follows:

D:\Users\keekus\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\R34DKK8O\

For earlier versions of Microsoft Office, you may find the "OutlookSecureTempFolder" in these locations:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Security

or

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10\Outlook\Security

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Open attached files from e-mails


If all you are wanting to do is read or print the email attachments, and they have been written using Word 2003 or Excel 2003, you can go to Microsoft.com and download Word Viewer 2003 and Excel Viewer 2003. These two viewers will allow you to read or print either Word or Excel documents as long as the original composer used Word 2003 or Excel 2003, or some earlier version such as 2000 or XP. To the best of my knowledge, Microsoft has not released a viewer for any of its 2007 programs yet.

However, if you are wanting to compose new documents, or edit the attached documents, you will need to have a copy of the program in question.

There is also one other possibility. You can go to openoffice.org and download a free copy of Open Office. I am not sure if the Open Office Suite is 100% compatible with the Microsoft Office products, but it should be close enough to get you by.

One other thing, if you are receiving .pdf documents, you can go to Adobe.com and download the latest version of Adobe Reader. This is also a free download and will allow you to open, view and print the .pdf documents but, again, in order to edit them you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat (not free) or some other compatible program such as Open Office (again there may be some slight compatibility issues to deal with).

Hope that helps - Graye

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Microsoft excell


If you go to MY RECENT DOCUMENTS, (it should be in C:\\Documents & Settings) you chould see the Excel document that you are trying to open. Double click on that document and it should open.

Another way to get the document open is to do a search. Go to START, Search, For files and folders. Type in the name of the document you want to open and then you can open it as described above.

Hope this helps Loringh

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This may have happened if you use some desktop clean up utillity.

To work around this problem, you have to provide the original installation source files.

For example, use one of the following procedures when you receive the error message:
• Insert the original Office 2003 program CD that you used to install Office 2003, and then click OK.

• Click Browse, locate the Office 2003 program installation folder on the network, and then click OK.

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