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office 2003 error when opening excel

Posted on 2012-03-12
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Hi,
recently when trying to open up excel in 2003 office edition, been getting this error
which i attached since i didnt know how to copy it.  Any ideas?  thanks
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Question by:dankyle67
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sounds like Exact Globe addin is corrupted, or somehow broken. Did you install such addin?
try to reinstall this addin if you installed it if not check it it is not ticked in MS Office and disable it. otherwise try to repair (reinstall) MS Office
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by:Frank McCourry
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Excel is looking for an Add in that is no longer where it is expected.  Copy the file from a computer that is working.
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by:dankyle67
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Did you mean Exact Globe addin?  Is that a specific addin? Reason i ask is that we use an accounting software that is from company called Exact?  Just coincidence?
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If you'll go to Tools -- References, you will probably see that one of your add-ins has the word "MISSING" in front of it.  If you don't need this add-in, just uncheck that box and the error should go away.
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by:dankyle67
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Perfect it worked when i unchecked the addin
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