I am trying to run an application on my laptop that starts excel in order to run a macro. This application was working fine with Excel 2007 however once I had installed Office 2010 and uninstalled Office 2007 this application stopped working. When running the application now, I get a message stating that excel cannot be found.
By the way, my laptop is currently running the Windows XP OS. One thing I noticed if I went to a different laptop running Windows XP OS and with Office 2007 installed, I can start Excel by typing "excel" at the Run command via the Windows Start button. If I type "Excel" at the Run command on my laptop, I get a message that Windows cannot find Excel. I believe this is showing a difference with Windows handling between the two Excel versions. I would certainly appreciate anyone helping me get this application running with Excel 2010.
hi because you can not perform the step 3 and the excel app it's being called from another application then i have made a .exe file that executes the same command as the previous .bat file.
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