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Each time i attempt to quit Microsoft excel by clicking the close button, the program does not quit, and the tittle bar indicates that it is not responding. when i click the close button again, a dialog box is displayed that states Microsoft excel has encountered a problem. What steps can i take to solve this problem? please help!!

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It is clear case of MS excel corruption, probably your problem is due to virus attack, if yes then to completely uninstall MS excel you need to format your hard drive. Or use excel repair software to fix this issue.
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Here are the useful tips that you can do to recover your data from your corrupt Excel. They are:

1 - Use a good antivirus program and scan your excel file and check it is working or not. If not then

2 - Use Ms Excel repair inbuilt utility called as "Open & Repair". This utility is provided by the Microsoft. If still problem not solved then

3 - Use any excellent third party Ms Excel Repair tool to fix it quickly and efficiently - MS Excel Repair

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Hi, There is a possibility that MS Excel is corrupted. What you can do is uninstall MS Office. and you can use a program called Revouninstaller, you can download it here. after installing it it will look like this. each time i attempt to quit Microsoft excel by - befbbce.jpg
Just follow steps 1 & 2. then after removing Ms office, reinstall it again. Just make sure you have the installer with you and your product key available before removing it.
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Try to reinstall your office to fix your excell. maybe its corrupted. download latest update to your office. go to microsoft website and select update.

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