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Excel System error &H80004005 error

Whille working in Excel 2007 whenever I press Ctrl-C or Ctrl-V or Ctrl-Z the error popsup and only option is to shut down excel and loose unsaved jobs.

Major changes in system: Recently I have updated Visio.

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  • gautam4all Dec 04, 2008

    1. Same error. Microsoft Visual Basic :System error &H80004005

    (-2147467259). Unspecified Error



    After pressing 56 times OK the popup goes.

    Same problem occurs when Ctrl-V.

  • gautam4all Dec 04, 2008

    The solution is irrelevant. I am enquiring about the erorr that is within an excel worksheet not across worksheet.

  • miguelaguiar Jan 27, 2009

    I have the same excel error but in a newly-created workbook i have no error.

  • rdpharr Jan 28, 2009

    I have the same problem. Applies to all workbooks (new and old). I can no longer use shortcut keys at all.

  • Anonymous Feb 09, 2009

    I get the same &H800040005 error whenever I use the hot keys like CTRL+P in Excel only, even from a new blank book The hot keys Work OK in Word.

  • davechapman Feb 09, 2009

    I get the same &H80004005 Visual Basic error in Excel (2007 with Win XP)anytime I use the hot keys like CTRL+P, even ina new blank book They work OK in Word



    Dave C.

  • Cheryl May 11, 2010

    1. Open a blank workbook, and type TEST in the first cell (A1). 
    2. Select the cell and press Ctrl-C. Do you get the error? If so, what is the error message?
    3. If you don't get the error, select any other blank cell and press Ctrl-V. Do you get an error? What is the error message?


    ~~Cheryl

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Hello dear
I am also getting same issue on excel so I was getting many problem to work in MS Excel 2007. So I have solved it this issue and I am happy to share the solution with you all.

Solution:

  • Click on Excel Button which are displaying on left top corner.
  • Click on Excel Options.
  • Then click on Add-Ins option.
  • You can find a Manage field in the bottom. Select Excel Add-Ins and click on Go button
  • You will find a Add-Ins window. Please un-check all Add-Ins except Analysis toolpak and Analysis toolpak VBA.
  • Click on OK button.
  • Close excel file and open again excel file.
Now you will resolve this issue and didnt get any problem again.

Thanks

Muhammad Waseem Alvi
Software Configuration Management Engineer
Lahore - Pakistan

Posted on May 26, 2009

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  • anilbhaskar Feb 01, 2011

    Great! Thanks a lot. I was struggling to resolve this issue. -Anil

  • humandiction Mar 22, 2011

    Muhammad - you made my day

  • Tigalia Sep 18, 2011

    You fix worked for me! Thank you.

  • stevenpat691
    stevenpat691 Jan 18, 2012

    Thanks!

  • andrio_provi
    andrio_provi Jul 26, 2012

    thank you. it also worked for me. very helpful!

  • ramesh1069
    ramesh1069 Mar 14, 2013

    Thanks!! This worked for me.

  • Shadowskill067
    Shadowskill067 Dec 30, 2013

    thank you. problem solved

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    Ariel Noguera May 13, 2014

    Genius

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Actually the problem is from the Eurotool.xla in your Excel that is checked by default.

The workaround is to uncheck the Eurotool add-in, and if you never need it again, you`re done.

The solution is to uninstall and re-install Office2003 SP3.
To uninstall SP3, you will need to modify the registry. First you need to find the KB applicable to your Office SP3 installation, usually tho, it's 923618.

Find that number in your registry, there`s a key in your right-hand pane that needs to be changed, where it says Uninstallable (value of 0 needs to be changed to 1) then you will be able to uninstall SP3 and the problem is solved.

You can from that point on, re-install SP3 without getting the error again.

This problem occurs at the install or uninstall of IE7.

I hope this helps,

Mo'

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

  • seenai Sep 13, 2011

    I started getting the Error after uninstalling the Sharepoint Designer.
    I removed all Addins and Opened the Excel. The Problem Solved.
    Now I added the Addins, what I needed. And the problem not repeated.

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Your workbook might be corrupted. Try this:
1. In Excel, right-click any worksheet tab, and then click Select All Sheets.
2. Right-click any worksheet tab, and then click Move or Copy. 3. In the To book box, point to the arrow, and then click (new book). 4. Click to select the Create a copy check box, and then click OK. 5. On the File menu, click Save. 6. In the Save As dialog box, type a new file name, and then click Save.
See if you still get the error in the newly-created workbook.
~~Cheryl

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

  • Cheryl Dec 04, 2008

    So your error occurs no matter which workbook you're in, and even if you copy all your sheets to a new workbook?


    ~~Cheryl

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I encountered this problem today (Excel 2007, SharePoint Designer & Visual Studio installed), and found that the specific Add-in is the Lookup Wizard. Uncheck that add-in alone, and the error goes away.

Forr the record, I encountered this in a blank workbook.

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I fix problem after install office SP3

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