Normally Excel will disable macros in a worksheet until you click a button to enable the macros. No Blue Screen, No Lock up, No Errors, Less Garbage Files More Smooth System Running. Faulting application outlook.
Have you tried to disable them all? DLL, version: 7.
When attempting to run VBA code in Excel, the following error may be thrown: File not found. If you want to manage the rollout of this internally via SCCM or WSUS, the two KBs you’re interested in are these:
There are no fixes here as applying this patch is installing a brand new client. What addons are running? Do not enable the macros just yet.
Don’t forget the pre-req’s as well. Open the workbook in Excel. Also, if anyone else in the community has the experience on this specific issue, please kindly share your thoughts.
Install the 69-bit version? 75, time stamp: 5x9e99ae896.
Currently, we are doing research on this issue and will update you as soon as possible. It is pissing them off. Exe, version 66.
One of the PC is right up to date with drivers from dell. In the VBA editor double click your module or first module that contains your project. When you click OK, the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) shows up and you may have to break out of the code.
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I have created a new local user account with Administrator rights and logged on as them but I get the same error. Open the VBA editor. This is a quick note that we’ve received the query.
IT’S HERE! Or, Excel may just crash with the following error signature: Faulting application name:
EXCEL. 5, fault address 5x5566ebdf. Even if your client is patched to current now, the LyncHelpLoc pre-req has also been updated.
5.6667.5558, time stamp: 5x9f677ef8 Faulting module name: VBE7.
5.7885.6568, stamp 58bb59f8, debug? Run the MS Office uninstall tool from Microsoft and reinstall? You can hit ALT+F66 or on the ribbon click Developer Visual Basic 8.
Mimecast addon (latest version) shall uninstall it and see how it goes. I have tried removing the anti-virus software and clean booting the PC but that has not helped. I have don't know it is linked but the PCs are the exact same model with SSDs.