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Error message Opening and closing excel 2003 I get a visual Basic window "Compile Error in hidden module: TBRun97" I have found registry entires for TBRun 97. Why don't I just delete them?

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Don't dare and **** with the registry unless you k**w what you're doing. And - ** offense - if youasking that question on this site - you don't.

If you mess up the registry, you're computer will stop working. I've done it. I k**w!

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