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Excel 2007 Runtime error

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 10:27 PM

Hi, I have searched everywhere and have not found a fix so, here i am asking. My office has recently upgraded to Office 2007. We use a program called Oracle ADI version 7.2.11 (Oracle certified to work with Excel 2007). The problem that we are having is that when we use our ADI Excel spreadsheet to upload data into the database, Excel posts a runtime error. That is it - no other error description just a window that eventually pops up saying that there has been a runtime error. The problem only occurs on data upload and only with 2007. Has anybody come across this problem before? Can anyone offer suggestions? Fixes I have tried: Resaving the ADI spreadsheets as .xlm as they contain macros - result is the same error Resaving the ADI spreadsheet as .xlsx - still has the error happen Hope you all can help; Thanks Cym


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Posted 24 November 2009 - 10:07 PM

Is this the newest version of the Oracle ADI? Information on the internet suggests that the version you mentioned is well over a year old. Are there any other details to the error message? Numbers, filenames, anything? Usually when a runtime error is displayed it is going to tell you something more even if it is cryptic. If not, you could look in event viewer -> application log for more detail. Click start -> run -> type 'eventvwr' and press ENTER.

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