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I'm trying to open an excel file from an email attachment. It won't open.

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Your e-mail client is configured to disable features that can be harmful to your computer. I suggest you not try to open the file, but download it to your computer and then open it.

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Hey I cant open the attachment


Hi Shawn you need to provide more information like What type of file you are trying to open , what email program are you trying to open it in and what operating system and what version of ms office. One reason can be caused by having a lower version of excel or word that doesn't recognise the later file version in the email attachement. If this is the case get the sender to save the word file as an earlier version of word or as an RTF file type.

May 29, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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When i open an attachment i goto windows media center


What type of attachment it is? Is it JPEG(image), or Word File or , Excel File? To open the file type you should select the proper application. You can try the following thing while opening your e-mail attachment. right click on the Attachment which you have download and select Open With. It'll show you the list of application through which you can view your attachment. In your case i thing Window Media player is selected by default that why when ever you try to open it keeps on opening in Media Player.
First try to know what type of mail attachment you are getting, If you have Word file then select Open with "Microsoft word", If any image then Select "windows picture and fax viewer".
If it is a .PDF file type then you should open it with Adobe Reader(IF you don't have Adobe reader then You need to download it from net to few it.
Similarly if it is ZIP. file then you must have Win ZIP software to open it.


I hope you understand what i mean to say and Hope it'll work for you. :))

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HI I HAVE A DELL INSPIRON 6400 AND WHEN I SEND ATTACHMENTS ON EMAIL TO A MAC USER THEY CANT OPEN THE FILES WHY,


It depends. If you are sending a microsoft office file (i.e. word, excel etc...) and they do not have office for Mac, they won't be able to open it. Make sure your friend has the correct software to open the file. Your friend can also try to open in google documents. They have a very large range of file extension options.
Let me know if this doesn't help and include what type of doc and what software you're using in your response.
Cheers!

Feb 22, 2012 | Dell Computers & Internet

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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

Feb 22, 2011 | Microsoft Excel 2007 Home and Student...

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Cant open Excel files. Not even from emails with Excel attached


Hi,
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.

Good Luck

Zulfikar Ali
ali_zulfikar@yahoo.com

Apr 30, 2010 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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When trying to open an Excel attachment thru Outlook 07, I get this error message: The system cannot find the specified file


Two possible issues: The file extension may be missing from the file and Excel has issues opening a file directly from the e-mail attachment.

It is always a best practice to download the attachment before trying to open it.

Save the file to your comptuer and verify the file has a 3 digit extension on the end. .XLS an Excel 2003 and lower extension - .XLSX is Excel 2007 extension.

Opening an attachment from an e-mail places the file in a TEMP directory on the hard drive and Excel may have issues saving your changes because of this.

Save the attachment and then open it with Excel. That way, the changes you make will be saved, you will know where the file is and you will not lose your work.

Nov 18, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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The excelx files failed to convert


I think the excel fine you want to upload on the email is so large that's why it failed to load...

what kind of email provider you using??

the email provider have a limit capacity of file that they allow to upload on the email's..maybe your file exceed the limit that's why it failed to load or to transact.

May 20, 2009 | Microsoft Excel 2003 (065-03992) for PC

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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

Nov 25, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Sending attachments in Outlook 2003


Try saving the document to your local drive first, then send the file as an attachment. When the file is opened from your Outlook, it resides only as a temp file while you are viewing it, then to try to send that temp file, it causes issues with outlook. Save the file first, then send it, but don't try to send the file from the temp view whilst opening the file that is still in another e-mail

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