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VB6 sucks. I just doubt that you can jump into that market that quickly with a matching or superior offering. ....Charles cwhaley Reply With Quote 09-01, 04:04 PM #18 Re: Error accessing system JE Reply With Quote 02-17, 10:34 AM #5 Re: Error accessing system registry Am having the exact same problem. Its a strange problem that just started last week on my laptop. http://axishost.net/error-accessing/error-accessing-system-registry-excel.php

I don't think so. They've likely been coded to read some Windows registry settings. I can open other files fine on my Mac. > The file was working fine a month or so ago. Any other suggestions? here

Or does this error message mean something to someone who can >>> explain it to me? >>> >>> TIA, >>> >>> Doug Starkey >>> Network Administrator CyberTaz [email protected] Guest Posts: n/a Unfortunately, turning it off again didn't help. Re: the new Mac and transfers, I simply used a Firewire cable, and Apple's amazing utility that essentially produces a duplicate of what I had on the former machine. Mitt kontoSökMapsYouTubePlayNyheterGmailDriveKalenderGoogle+ÖversättFotonMerDokumentBloggerKontakterHangoutsÄnnu mer från GoogleLogga inDolda fältSök efter grupper eller meddelanden Register Help Forgotten Your Password?

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Obviously you should look for failures. –dummy Sep 20 '08 at 18:13 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I got this on a machine that I was using for Stay logged in Mac Support Forums Mac Help Forums Mac OS X System & Mac Software Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Top Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2015 Is this a problem with the sender's formatting of the file or is it a problem with my software? http://www.realgeek.com/forums/error-accessing-the-system-registry-362795.html Basically, after several years of using the program, I get this message on launch... "An unexpected error occured while trying to load the Microsoft Framework Library" After clicking OK to that,

One error message said should ensure "Visual Basic For Applications" was loaded. Shapiro, M.D." wrote: Jim Reply With Quote 01-20, 05:12 PM #3 Error accessing system registry I am having trouble opening an excel file sent to me through email. Perhaps you need to > revisit the "Parental Controls" (man, I hate that terminology) and broaden > the Finder & System controls. > > HTH |:>) > > > On 10/10/05 Checking Catalog hierarchy. %) Checking Extended Attributes file.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I have lots of spreadsheet work to do this weekend, so I'll be able to confirm early next week. Have you, with all Office apps closed, renamed or trashed your preferences folder: ~:Library:Preferences:Microsoft (where ~ is your home directory)? edit / ps - I'm on a Windows 7 (x64) box.

Where does this man get his information? my review here Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by jeffmfoundry, jeffmfoundry Mar 8, 2006 1:16 PM in response to markm Level 1 (0 points) Mar 8, 2006 1:16 PM in response It's extremely easy to use: simply add a Process Name filter for EXCEL.EXE, clear the display and then, with Excel running under the user's account, go to Tools > References and If you haven't been able to before, that should not only enable opening the file, but also give access to the code so you can better determine where the conflict is.

What is the difference between SAN and SNI SSL certificates? Top Excel X: Error Accessing the System Registry? Good luck. click site Reinstalling Office without running Remove Office *first* falls directly into the latter scenario.

Thanks< Paul [email protected] Reply With Quote 05-20, 05:26 PM #7 Re: Error accessing system registry On May 20, 6:57 am, com wrote: Hello Paul, in order to guess where might be How do I address this problem? The unfortunate thing is that unless you want to set things back & start over again as a learning experience, you may never know what caused/fixed it...

This didn't apply just to isolated keys.

All help is appreciated!Thanks - Jeff MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.4.5), Excel for Mac Posted on Mar 8, 2006 8:03 AM I have this question too Close Q: Excel won't You might try John's suggestion, especially if you don't use Entourage. I get the message "error accessing the system registry". I also ran the repair permissions function in Disk Utility.

Thanks. Click OK to save your changes. But he has a few that will start to open and >>> then, at a given point, they will render the error dialog: >>> "Error accessing the system registry". >>> >>> http://axishost.net/error-accessing/error-accessing-system-registry-excel-vba.php I would start with the basics.

Last week I developed an Excel spreadsheet for a user but when he went to test it he said he was getting an error when he tried to check the project references. Perhaps you need to revisit the "Parental Controls" (man, I hate that terminology) and broaden the Finder & System controls. Is VBS hiding somewhere else in >>> the OS? Can't create Reports...needs printer 7.

But he has a few that will start to open and > > then, at a given point, they will render the error dialog: > > "Error accessing the system registry". Photoshop's color replacement tool changes to grey (instead of white) — how can I change a grey background to pure white? And I got NO error message!!! I'll report back once I've had a chance to destroy preferences and/or remove Office, then re-install and update.

I got in with no problems. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.1.8 Copyright 2012 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I also ran the repair permissions function > in Disk Utility. > > Why do I mention that? But how do you figure out which keys are causing the problem?

It is possible that you attach that file from flash drive and this is remove prior to send the email? Increase File/Open box 5. "Unable to access system registry" Error, what does it mean? 6. On others, I am never able to open it. Your cache administrator is webmaster.

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