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EE Pros,

When I start up Excel 2010 on my Win. 7 System, I get the attached error.  Is there an option I can use to stop this error?  It just all of a sudden began to happen.

Thank you in advance,

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If it is happening when you open Excel it is likely to be an add-in which is no longer there.  If you go to File -> Options, then Add-Ins you will see a list of current Add-Ins.  See if one has a Location which matches this error message.

Once found, look at it's Type (i.e. Excel Add-In, COM Add-In etc).  Then at the bottom select the relevant type and click Go.

Un-tick the add-in which causes the problem, and it should no long try to open it at start up.
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Worked perfectly!  Thank you.

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