Why does Polaris Office 5 app close when I click on the excel tab to open a file?
I opened an excel file attached to an e-mail a pop up window appeared and said it was loading then disappeared. I then went to Polaris Office 5 and clicked on the excel tab, then the app closed. How can I open the spreadsheet for editing and viewing?
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First step is to go to settings then apps, select Polaris app and then touch "clear data" and "clear cache". Next check to see if your app is working correctly, if not, uninstall and then reinstall the app. If it is a paid for app, Google play store will know, also doing an uninstall and install should not delete any saved files you have created previously.
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"1) Create a Windows Account with full control admin rights, and then go ahead and log into that new account. 2) When under the newly created account, open every Office product you have, then close one at a time (Excel, Word, PP, etc...) 3) After opening every Office App, go into the registry editor (Start ' Run, then type in Regedit) 4) Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER ' Software ' Microsoft ' Office, and highlight Office 5) Then right click on Office, and go to Export, save the .reg file to somewhere you will be able to find it (Root of C: for me) 6) Log off your temp Windows account, and log back in under your normal Windows account that was giving you the error. 7) Open regedit again, and then go to File ' Import and pick the file that was exported. After it says that it was successfully imported, go ahead and try the app that was giving you problems.
Now it should work, just like it did for me. Also, remember you delete the temp account that you created!!
Close Excel first and check out if Outlook or Outlook Express/Windows Mail is your mail program for Office. Start>Settings>Control Panel....Internet options (Program Tab) In Vista : Start>Default programs Controls to send mail might be missing missing or disabled or there are errors when you try to mail.
Who is your email service provider? it's easy to change the email server settings.
Outlook Express 5/6 1. Open Outlook Express 2. Click on "Tools" 3. Click on "Accounts" 4. Click on "Mail" Tab 5. Click your existing Email account and click on "Properties" 6. On the pop-up window click on "Servers" tab 7. You can change the pop server that you have there 8. Press ok, then close then close and open Outlook express
Here's some info: E-mail message saved by Microsoft Outlook or other e-mail program; may also contain an e-mail attachment, or file sent with the message. Note: If EML files will not open in Outlook Express, try the following:
Open My Computer.
Select Folder Options from the Tools menu.
Click the File Types tab.
Under Registered file types, select EML Outlook Express Mail Message, then click Advanced.
Click Open, then click Edit.
Type the following line in the "Application used to perform action" box: "C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\MSIMN.EXE" /eml:%1
Click OK twice, then close the window.
EML files may also be opened in Internet Explorer since they are formatted the same as .MHT files; changing the file extension from ".eml" to ".mht" should cause the file to open directly in Internet Explorer.
Hope this helps.
In Microsoft Excel 97, on the Tools menu, click Options. Click the General tab. Clear the Ignore Other Applications checkbox, and click OK.
In Excel 2007, Click Office Button, Excel Options, Advanced.
Look for General.
Clear the Ignore Other Applications checkbox.
Now, as to why this was checked in the first place, ewan ko na!
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).