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Pop-up error says that cannot access the microsoft excel because current user don't have account to access...need to setup first...

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  • JLogan3o13 May 11, 2010

    Can you please provide a little more information, such as the version of Excel you are currently using? Has this issue been present since you installed the application, or did this just start?

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Try to create a new user, and use it to access the application

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