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Old May 27th 05, 09:51 PM
Lloyd
 
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My company currently uses Office XP SP2 and Project 2000 SR1. When we
uninstall Project 2000, and try opening Excel, we receive the following error
message:
Compile error in hidden module: ThisWorkbook
Can you tell us why are we receiving this error. I looked at Tools -
References and did not notice anything missing.

Thanks in advance.

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Old May 27th 05, 11:39 PM
Dave Peterson
 
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Just to add to Peo's response...

Chip Pearson has some notes on how to diagnose startup errors at:
http://www.cpearson.com/excel/StartupErrors.htm

And Jan Karel Pieterse has more notes at:
http://www.jkp-ads.com/Articles/StartupProblems.htm



Lloyd wrote:

My company currently uses Office XP SP2 and Project 2000 SR1. When we
uninstall Project 2000, and try opening Excel, we receive the following error
message:
Compile error in hidden module: ThisWorkbook
Can you tell us why are we receiving this error. I looked at Tools -
References and did not notice anything missing.

Thanks in advance.


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