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Hyperion Pillar Addin for Excel 2010

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Hi experts,

Our company has recently upgraded from Office XP to Office 2010.  Some of the users are now unalbe to use the Pillar Addin PllrSS.xla.  Receive the message "Object library invalid or contains references to object definitions that could not be found".  I have googled this using many different words and the only post I found related to deleting all .xld files, which did not resolve the issue.  Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance!!

Connie
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Also get the message "Compile error in hidden module COptions.  The error commonly occurs when code is incompatible with the version, platfor, or architecture of the application.".  This occurs on a newly imaged system, no extra software installed (outside of base image installs).  It sounds pretty self explanatory but the strange thing is we have gotten it to work on ONE machine.  Not sure why it will not work on any others what so ever.  The one machine it is working on has a pretty old image so maybe that has something to do with it?  I am most definitely at a loss so really hoping someone has run across this before  :)

Connie
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Have you contacted Hyperion to get the updated version of the add-in that supports Excel 2010?
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Thanks Tommy for the response.  I have tried to find it on the web but am unable to .  And no, I have not contacted Hyperion.   From what my finance resource tells me is that there is absolutely no upgrades and/or updates being done for this since Oracle bought them out.  Probably why I cannot find any answers on the internet.  Will keep looking.
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Tommy,

I was just working with one of our users and we were able to get this working.  Followed the instructions in http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ericwhite/archive/2009/07/22/object-library-invalid-or-contains-references-to-object-definitions-that-could-not-be-found-or-element-not-found.aspx and that seems to have done it.  Had to search a couple more places for the .exd files but that was minor.  

Thanks for responding to my post!!  I am awarding you the points.

Have a great day!
Connie
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Thanks again for the expert help!  Love this site.
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