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when I turn on excel I get an error box that says" Microsoft Visual Basic: Compile error in hidden module: QXLOleSvr" What does this mean and how do I get rid of it?
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From MS:

You receive a "Visual Basic compile error in hidden module" error message when you start or quit an Office 2000 program

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;312595
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Well, that was about the only KB from MS regarding Excel and that error message.  It does not involve QXLOleSvr however, so it is probably not the issue.  Searching on QXLOleSvr on the internet yields no results!
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While this was not 100% what I needed it put me on the right track. It was an Excel start file that was linked to our old Reuters uplink. thanks for sending me the right direction!
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