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Unable to load Data Sheet view for one user in SharePoint 3.0

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hello,
I have one user (Windows XP, Internet Explorer 8 who can not access the data sheet view in
SharePoint 3.0. Other users with similar setups can view this data sheet view but this one user is unable too.

The version of office is Office 2007 Professional and Internet Explorer 8.

The screen displays no errors, it just flicks to Done in the bottom left corner and doesn't update the view. I have checked to make sure the add-in is installed (which it is) and that the SharePOint Services section of the Office installation is installed (again, which it is)

Im sure it is a simple fix somewhere but I am trying to avoid rebuillding the OS which seems to be the only solution not tried.
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Try doing a Office repair
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