Thanks Wayne Wayne First try the standard fix es. Does anyone know how to fix this? The Support Desk did a great job: one person in support was on the phone with me for three hours. When you now double click on the attachment, it should open as expected. Every time I try, I open the selection screen, browse to Excel. It was directly related to the switch from 32-bit to 64-bit. If I click on the document and choose save instead of open, I then have to close the blank excel application, start excel from the desktop and open the file from wherever it was saved.
However, Excel does seem to think that this file was previously opened because it is in the previous file list. Currently have two users that are having trouble with Excel not opening. Incidently, this is the only computer I have that does this. Excel would work for a few days, then started freezing again. Excel starts with no workbook, with no warning or error messages. So, something like this should work. I work at a big corporation.
I've tested my spreadsheets on open source software with absolutely no problem. To see two files side by side, you have to use the Restore Window button for each of the files, not the Restore Window button for Excel. If you're eligible to downgrade, you should see an option that says Go back to Windows 8. If you need support relating to the third party technology, please contact the manufacturer directly. I just recently uninstalled Office 2010 32-bit and installed Office 2013 64-bit on my computer.
This will determine if the files created were good and not corrupted-then we will know if the files are ok before going to do a restore of the system. Type command into the Desktop Search box and then right-click on the Command Prompt menu entry and select the Run as Administrator item. By the way I couldn't use your first fix above, because I don't know how to find the regserver. Then reboot, and ask the user to log in again. Although all the menu options above are grayed out, the temp file appears to be present as though the file is actually opened.
You should see the Edit File Type dialog box. Excel is set to ignore other applications The most common cause is that Excel has been configured to ignore other applications. I pulled the file off the server myself. If you are unfamiliar with how to use this program, please read the info at the link below. Up to three images may be included in a comment.
This has been corrected in an update released this month August 2016. Instead, look for the smaller one below that, which closes only the file in question. Browse other questions tagged or. Applies to: Microsoft Office Excel , Office for Windows 8. Or Try this step If this does not resolve your issue then you can try a System restore to the date where unit was working fine steps provided below for you.
All images are subject to review. I solved this by doing the following: - Right click on the document - Click 'open with' - The option for excel was not showing so clicked more programs then find program. I tested Word and One Note: they are working. This is an option that is disabled by default but can be enabled to isolate the Excel working environment. But her fix only lasted a week too.
The first thing to try is to force Excel to reconstruct all the proper association information. Maybe the one he sent you is corrupted. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Can you walk me through the process of downgrading back to the 8. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. Is there a setting that can change this? Then you can resize each window so that they can be seen side by side. Office 365 worked flawlessly when I was using 8.