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Any suggestions? > > > > Thanks, Stuart -- Dave Peterson Register To Reply 04-19-2006,05:50 PM #7 Stuart Guest Re: Can't open spreadsheet via shortcut Gord, it has double quotes. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Edited by Siggyman, 24 November 2006 - 09:26 AM. Just the grey boxes. 0 #6 dsenette Posted 07 December 2005 - 02:21 PM dsenette Je suis Napoléon! Check This Out

All rights reserved. © IDG Communications Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. The Lock/Unlock are for a fingerprint utility included on Toshiba laptops that allows you to limit access to documents. Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! Any suggestions? > > > > Thanks, Stuart > > -- > > Dave Peterson > Register To Reply 04-20-2006,03:10 PM #10 Gord Dibben Guest Re: Can't open spreadsheet via shortcut http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=534202

The only way I can open a file right now >is to open excel, click on "File", "Open", and browse to the desired file. >Any other method produces the error. > Any idea how this might have occurred? Let us know, if the information was useful. "Stuart" wrote: > Example: Suppose I have a shortcut that points to C:\Program Files\Test > Folder\abc.xls > > When I try to open More Resources About AccountingWEB About Sift Media Advertise on AccountingWEB Terms of use Privacy policy Contact us Got a question?

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Any easy fixes? Any suggestions? > > Thanks, Stuart -- Dave Peterson Register To Reply 04-19-2006,03:10 PM #4 Gord Dibben Guest Re: Can't open spreadsheet via shortcut Stuart Make sure you have double-quotes around this should get taken care of. http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/showthread.php?73055-Can-t-open-Excel-shortcuts To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.

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  1. Go to Start>Settings>Folder>Options>File Types.
  2. Check the path details and name of file are correct.
  3. After you've selected the excel.exe file, add this to the Target field: /r "x:\file name.xls" where /r instructs Excel to open a file as read-only, and x:\file name.xls is the path
  4. What third-party app are these options for and, more importantly, what does they do?
  5. Advertisement Before we get to the specifics on the hidden features, first double-click on the title bar of the Open dialog box in Excel.
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And the same thing happens when I double click the file name in Windows Explorer. https://www.vistax64.com/software/302046-excel-file-wont-open.html In that case Start>Run "C:\yourpath\excel.exe /regserver"(no quotes)>OK. All rights reserved. Check out Good Gear Guide's broadband speed test -- PCWorld2011 -- Default Mobile Style Contact Us PC World Forums Archive Web Hosting Privacy Statement Top All times are GMT +13.

I get > an error message: > > Cannot open "C:\Program" followed by > Cannot open "Files\Test" followed by > Cannot open "Folder\abc.xls" > > I can open this file directly http://custsolutions.net/i-can-t/i-can-t-load-the-add-remove-programs-file.php Try this Fix1 1. I tried uninstall and reinstall it doesn't help. Here's an example of what the whole target line would look like: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\EXCEL.EXE" /r "x:\file name.xls" - Click Next to finish the wizard, and then assign a name for

In this article, I'll explain several hidden techniques that can give you more control over unfamiliar spreadsheets. Simply double-click on it again to restore it to its traditional size. Next, click once on a file, and then click the arrow on the right edge of the Open button, as Generated Sat, 11 Feb 2017 00:22:06 GMT by s_wx1219 (squid/3.5.23) Register Help Remember Me? this contact form Several functions may not work.

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Thanks, Stuart Register To Reply 04-19-2006,12:50 PM #2 rajkohli Guest RE: Can't open spreadsheet via shortcut The path seems to be wrong.

See the space between exe and /regserver You might have to designate a full path to excel.exe. However I can open the very same file successfully by running Excel and then selecting File > Open > browse/select file. Test your internet connection If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

It did not give me the option to search for it. Back to top #6 Siggyman Siggyman Members 134 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:32 AM Posted 24 November 2006 - 11:46 AM Just try to reapir Windows Office Xp like this Sart->Control I think I have decided...this is definately not funny but really frustrating. 0 #14 dsenette Posted 08 December 2005 - 07:24 AM dsenette Je suis Napoléon! navigate here I even went and updated Windows and saw if there were any missing patches for Excell....nothing.

Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Software Office Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful hub, where thousands of volunteer If Excel is open, and I click a shortcut, another Excel program opens and still no sheet comes up. Am I missing something? Make sure your FILE PATHS ARE CORRECT (like I showed in my above post) If nothing else works you could always make macros to run on opening the file.

Click here to Register a free account now! By BlkCrowe Jun 26th 2015 01:11 So I stumbled across this article looking for a way to open an Excel document as Read-Only from a desktop shortcut. And the same thing happens when I double click >the file name in Windows Explorer. Any suggestions? > > > >Thanks, Stuart > > Register To Reply 04-19-2006,11:30 PM #8 Gord Dibben Guest Re: Can't open spreadsheet via shortcut Stuart Tools>Options>General uncheck "Ignore other Applications" Exit

IRS Taxpayer Advocate: IRS Lacks Customer-First Focus A&A Sub-categories Standards Law and Enforcement Auditing Auditing Going Concern Filings Expected to Hit 16-Year Low Standards Clock is Ticking on Revenue Recognition Adoption I get >an error message: > >Cannot open "C:\Program" followed by >Cannot open "Files\Test" followed by >Cannot open "Folder\abc.xls" > >I can open this file directly by navigating to it using I >cannot open the file by navigating to it in Windows explorer and double >clicking it, same error as above. Share this content Related content {{item['sft-title']}} Advertisement Get AccountingWEB in your inbox You might also like {{item['sft-date']}} {{item['sft-section']}} {{item['sft-title']}} Trending on AccountingWEB {{item['sft-section']}} {{item['sft-title']}} Upcoming Events Tax Season Bootcamp Webinar Series

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Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 08:41:02 -0700, Stuart wrote: >Example: Suppose I have a shortcut that points to C:\Program Files\Test >Folder\abc.xls > >When I try Stuart "Dave Peterson" wrote: > Sometimes one of these works when you're having trouble with double clicking on > the file in windows explorer: > > Tools|Options|General|Ignore other applications (uncheck it)