I'm having a bit of an issue with OWC in 2007. I know they have been deprecated but I was under the impression, form many places including MS themself, that you could install them. I downloaded this file
All seems to go well and there seems to be a appropriate .dll in c:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Components111033 by the name of OWCI11.DLL. However when I attempt to add a reference to that file in a VBA project in Excel (it's one that has an old broken reference to 2003 OWC) by browsing to that file it tells me
"Can't add a reference to the specified file"
What have I done wrong? Is what I am attempting, getting 2007 to use OWC, even possible? Note I did not write any of the code for this Excel Add-in so have very little idea about what OWC are for.
I got a copy of Office 2007 and I am having some trouble running an Excel macro. It gives a 405 Error message. This macro runs fine on my Office 2003. Is there any extra setting that I need to do in the Excel 2007?
In the following thread, richphillips wonders about Application.Filesearch Application.filesearch In Office 2007
Is there a replacement for this? I have several macros that use Application.Filesearch and I would like it to work not only with Excel 2003 but also with Excel 2007. This is the function
Function CreateFileList(FileFilter As String, _ IncludeSubFolder As Boolean) As Variant ' returns the full filename for files matching ' the filter criteria in the current folder Dim FileList() As String, FileCount As Long CreateFileList = "" Erase FileList If FileFilter = "" Then FileFilter = "*.*" ' all files Debug.Print CurDir strFolder = BrowseForFolderShell(, , , 0) If strFolder = "" Then MsgBox "You Cancelled" Exit Function End If............
I have been using code to save a collection of my reports in html format that has work very well until I was forced into using Vista and office 2007. Here is a snippet of the code that no longer works - at least I suspect this is the main problem.
Index of the VBProj.VBComponents("ThisWorkbook") component?
I need to refer to that component but not by its name because the file I use, goes to some users that have MS Excel installed with another language and their Excel translate the component's name in that language so
VBProj.VBComponents("ThisWorkbook") should be VBProj.VBComponents("[that-language-translation]")
I want to remove all userforms, modules, codelines in open worksheet and some worksheets when user is not a authentic user. I got the following VBA scripts to that purpose but it prompted me with something like "trusted access to VB project...." and "protected project..."
Is it possible to use vba to enable "trusted access to VB project" as the excel application is used by someone using excel in their own machine?
Code: Application.DisplayAlerts = False sHostName = Environ$("computername") If Sheets("H").Range("p1").Value "" Then If Trim(sHostName) Sheets("H").Range("p1").Value Then
I receive a list of finished part #'s everyday at work. With this list I need to have excel figure how many components are in each finished part. In the table below, COM. 1 goes into Parts A,B and E one time each. COM. 2 goes into Parts B, C and D twice each. COM. 3 goes into each part once. I need a formula that will find the QTY needed for each component multiplied by the QTY to build.
Finished Part # QTY to build Component # QTY needed
Create a "search" userform that pulls data from a spreadsheet of raw data (hardware specs) and organizes it into a multipage control. Each page of the MultiPage has a different piece of hardware with simliar data entry categories (height, weight, calibration date for example).
Each page at the moment contains labels and textboxes only. The idea is to place data from the spreadsheet into these textboxes, and create new pages as needed during runtime.
My current issues: Just for testing/ debugging, I have a "_Change()" code that is triggered by changing pages within the Multipage. When I run the control, I trigger the change, but the textboxes and labels disappear.
I don't have much code to show, other than basic _Change() structure containing a msgbox for debugging.
This is related to a locked thread, where "imgUpdating" and "DoEvents" were referenced. I tried DoEvents, without success. I also don't know what "imgUpdating" is, but it sounds like it helped the other person with a similar issue:
- I have some buttons set-up to insert pre-set diagrams from sheet “FISH PARTS” onto sheet “THE JUMPER FISHBONE”
- However, before inserting a new diagram onto sheet “THE JUMPER FISHBONE” I need to make sure the default diagram components are all gone.
- There are seven components all with structure Like “BONE_*”
- If one or more of these components are present I want to display a message to confirm the user wishes to delete the default diagram and insert new chart (or abort is they do not wish to delete the default)
- some explaination of structure below - spreadsheet also attached
ive got my highly expensive office enterprise 2007 disk what is the best way of installing this so i can still use 97 and 2007. any tips? i wont bother with outlook but i'd like to try the rest ,mind you onenote,infopath and groove are a complete mystery!
I have recently updated to Office 2007. I have about 50 forms with VBA in them (all excel) and I was careful to save them all back to 2003 office files. When one of my users opens the files and uses on of the internal userforms it errors out saying it is missing a reference.
In certain spreadsheets I have noticed a significant deterioration in save times. There may/may not have any formulas or macros on them and most are very small files 20-50kb. I notice that Excel puts a temporary file on the desktop while saving the original. The temp file goes away once the original is saved. While saving, I get the time icon which goes to beachball and it can take up to a minute to save the file. This happens on 2-3 Macs on network. Using 10.5
Our office has different versions of Office on different computers. We have a file containing macros specifically macros that interact with Outlook requiring the Outlook Object Library. If a 2013 opens and saves the file all the libraries get changed to 15.0. Then a 2010 Office opens the file ... the Excel Objects and Office Objects libraries change to 14.0 because of 2010, but then we getting the error about missing library. Instead of loading the Outlook 14.0 Object Library like it's supposed to the systems tries to find the 15.0, but can't find it and throws the error.
I have to manually go in to References and uncheck the Missing 15.0 outlook library and find and check the 14.0 one and click ok then the macros work fine.
My question is why do the other object libraries automatically change depending on the version of office and the outlook one doesn't.
Interestingly enough this doesn't happen the other way e.g. 2010 to 2013. Ones the file is saved using the 2010 with the 14.0 references 2013 has no issues converting those references to 15.0.
I created a macro that will do a subtotal and copy the value then undo the subtotal and delete all the values(i dont need the actual raw data, just need the subtotal). i noticed when i do a copy, i have to paste from the office clipboard. is there a macro i can use to paste from the first item on the list?
I have a Access database as a frontend sending data via transferspreadsheet to Excel. All works well in the A2k and Excel 2k in which it was built. I need to distribute to other users and some have Office 2003 which has caused some problems with Object Libraries but I have made a modified XL2003 version to load on those systems. However, I get a Run-time error 1004, "Application defined or Object defined Error" and the debugger stops on the following line of code that should be underlined ....