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Excel 2007 visual basic error in combination with Jet Reports

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We are using Excel 2007 in combination with JetReports9. When opening an excel-sheet we randomly get Visual Basic errors (a blank error-screen on which we have to click several times before it disappears). After the error message has disappeared, Excel runs normally. This feature only occurs on workstations with JetReports9 installed on them. In an earlier topic (from sept 2009) I have read that this was a known issue at Microsoft. Does anyone know if there already is a solution to this problem?
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There is still no fix as per the April 11, 2012 response contained in the following link.
           http://community.jetreports.com/viewtopic.php?p=6371&sid=bb36cca9a3c3ff9ad42c30b140c4728c
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