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Sharepoint 2013 quick edit

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I created a bunch of lists on on sharepoint page about a year ago and I went to go update one of the links but the "quick edit" option isnt working to open up the grid view to edit the list.  I've checked settings and it is still enabled.
How else can I edit a list?
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by:Mohit Nair
ID: 40531070
Please help us with a screenshot to understand which quick edit is not working. Do you get an exception error ?
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40531449
Attached is screenshot of button.  When I click it, nothing happens.
It used to change the view to a spreadsheet/grid  view to edit.
I've also tried creating a new view. which did not work.  Same with different version browsers.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40533921
what version of IE are you using ?
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40533926
Ive tried on all versions starting at 8 through 11.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40533955
do you get any error when you switch to datasheet view ?
do you see any javascript error on the page when you switch to datasheetview?
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40533977
from what i can see is the active x on the browser isnt working good . can you try this ?

1.       Close Internet Explorer
2.       Start -> Run… -> “regedit” (without quotation marks)
3.       In the Registry Editor, delete the following Folder (sub-key)…
Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\ActiveX Compatibility
Sub-Key: {65BCBEE4-7728-41A0-97BE-14E1CAE36AAE}
4.       Start Internet Explorer and open SharePoint content in the Datasheet View
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40533999
I have a 652623DC.... and a 65FB3073... but no 65BCBEE4.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40534015
What version of office you have installed on your pc ? 64bit isnt supported fyi
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40534027
2010 and yes I believe it is 64 bit but I also tried it on an old server using IE8 and Office 2007 32 bit and get same response.
It seems like it is a permission thing even though I am a Sharepoint Admin with full control.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40534045
if its a permission issue you would not find the control "edit in datasheet" to be enabled. lets rule tat out.
if you had office 32 and then upgraded to 64 and then brought back to 32 active x still finds it as 64 and not 32 , so you have to roll out the office completely, delete the left over files manually from the system and do a clean install of 32 bit and try it
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40534083
I tried it on a server with no office installed and still get same response.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
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datasheet view requires office installed , which will install the active x controls for office (excel) kinda edit.
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40534127
Ok I tried it on a 2003 server with office 2007 32 bit with still no luck.
Is there an active x control I can download and reinstall?
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
ID: 40534144
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by:fleets9876
ID: 40534161
Didn't help. Maybe some code got corrupted on the actual page. I'll have to try creating a new site with a list and see if it works.
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
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yeah, try creating a new site and see if tat works, one another thing datasheet view wont work on doc libs,pics libs, any libraries .
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by:fleets9876
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I found out how to edit it another way - you add /AllItems.aspx to the end of the address and it shows it in grid view.
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Jayaraja Jayaraman earned 500 total points
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glad you figured out an altenate
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by:fleets9876
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Figured out an alternative
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