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JJ mac Guest Operating System Windows Vista. I feel sure that there is an answer to the problem somewhere. It would be easier to diagnose that way. jj mac wrote: > > I did indeed write the Macro. Check This Out

It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Both of these programs worked perfectly under XPPro and were working on Vista before these error messages started to appear. Click on the TmpDDE macro followed by the Delete button. End. https://www.office-forums.com/threads/microsoft-visual-basic-errors-displaid-when-opening-microsoft-word-97-excel-7.1073293/

When I invoke the Macro I get an error message “Error accessing the system registry†If I click OK to acknowledge the message and then reinvoke the Macro it runs without I get another error message saying that the macro has not been found or is disabled. I feel sure that there is an answer to > > > the problem somewhere. > > > > > > Many thanks for your help > > > > > if we choose debug we get the VB window with this section highlighted in yellow WordBasic.Activate "Quote.doc" Then we close that and lose all data again.

Normality has now been > resumed except for a new unrelated error which has appeared in Excel after I > had made some changes in a Macro. It seems that Trados8.dot is for Word 97-2003 and Trados8.dotm is for Word 2007.[Edited at 2011-01-28 02:29 GMT] Subject: Comment: The contents of this post will automatically be included Maybe you can use an old DOS command. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice.

However,you have pointed me in the right > direction & I have not given up yet. I found the files OK. Thank you -- Dave Peterson . Click Create to open the Visual Basic for Applications Code window. 8.

More About Us... Take a look here: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;q307410 OFF: "Compile Error in Hidden Module" Error Message When You Start Word or Excel It points at PDFMaker.xla as being the culprit. However,you have pointed me in the right > > > direction & I have not given up yet. About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts.

Advice as to how to correct this fault associated with the Office Programs would be appreciated. I was trying out this and that and am not sure what > > > exactly I did but when I returned to Word and Excel I found that the > Both of these programs worked perfectly under XPPro and were working on Vista before these error messages started to appear. Not seeing any apparant fault with this line I simply deleted it and retyped it back in again exactly as it was.

Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. his comment is here When I click on Excel 97 shortcut three Windows open namely: Microsoft Visual Basic - PDF Writer.xla (running) PDF Writer.xla-AutoExec (Code) PDF Writer.xla- Registration Database (Code) with a Microsoft Visual Basic I feel sure that there is an answer to > > the problem somewhere. > > > > Many thanks for your help > > > > Regards > > JJ In the "Macros in" box of the Macros dialog box, select Normal.dot(global template). 6.

The 'master' document for each set is defined and managed via: Code: Set DocSrc = Documents.Open(FileName:=strInFold & "\" & strFile, AddTorecentFiles:=False, Visible:=False) With DocSrc ... Normality has now been > > > resumed except for a new unrelated error which has appeared in Excel after I > > > had made some changes in a Macro. Normality has now been resumed except for a new unrelated error which has appeared in Excel after I had made some changes in a Macro. this contact form Thanks, Alex. #6 03-17-2011, 03:59 PM crazymorton Windows 7 Office 2007 Novice Join Date: Nov 2010 Posts: 8 Hi Alex, no unfortunately.

I feel sure that there is an answer to > the problem somewhere. > > Many thanks for your help > > Regards > JJ Mac > > "Dave Peterson" <> jj mac wrote: > > Hi Dave > I have returned after being away for a few days. When I click on Excel 97 shortcut three Windows open namely: Microsoft Visual Basic - PDF Writer.xla (running) PDF Writer.xla-AutoExec (Code) PDF Writer.xla- Registration Database (Code) with a Microsoft Visual Basic

I can live with that one.

Advice as to how to correct this fault associated with the Office Programs would be appreciated. close excel shell to DOS windows start button|Run cmd (windows 2k/xp) command (windows 98) At the DOS prompt: C: (to get to the C: drive) cd\ (to get to the root SEO by vBSEO ©2011, Crawlability, Inc. I have recently switched > from XPPro to Vista and am still struggling to find my way around the latter. > I found the files OK.

I have recently switched from XPPro to Vista and am still struggling to find my way around the latter. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... navigate here More About Us...

However,you have pointed me in the right > direction & I have not given up yet. If the sub references any external variables, please include those too. __________________ Cheers, Paul Edstein [MS MVP - Word] #8 06-19-2011, 04:02 PM Matt Sharpe Windows XP Office 2007 Copyright © 1999-2017 ProZ.com - All rights reserved. I feel sure that there is an answer to > the problem somewhere. > > Many thanks for your help > > Regards > JJ Mac > > "Dave Peterson" <>