|Apr 17, 2012, 10:14 PM||#1|
Updated Microsoft Office 2011 and now Excel won't open
hi all. i am in need of some help.
this morning i updated office 2011 - word is working fine but excel is all out of sorts. these are the messages i am getting when i try to open a file. the names of the files are showing up so i don't feel like excel was deleted or anything.....
excel is showing up on the toolbar above but is giving me these messages. what to do???
Thanks to all in advance.
Here is additional info
Microsoft Error Reporting log version: 2.0
Date/Time: 2012-04-17 22:21:55 -0400
Application Name: Microsoft Excel
Application Bundle ID: com.microsoft.Excel
Application Signature: XCEL
Application Version: 126.96.36.199402
Crashed Module Name: libobjc.A.dylib
Crashed Module Version: unknown
Crashed Module Offset: 0x00005f87
Blame Module Name: MBURibbon
Blame Module Version: 188.8.131.52402
Blame Module Offset: 0x000191cc
Application LCID: 1033
Extra app info: Reg=en Loc=0x0409
Crashed thread: 0
Last edited by sona13; Apr 17, 2012 at 10:22 PM. Reason: found more info
|Apr 17, 2012, 10:38 PM||#2|
I don't know about Excel but all those desktop files will slow OSX down.
My iOS devices are not jailbroken.
|Apr 18, 2012, 12:14 AM||#3|
Does excel launch successfully if you double-clicking it from within your Applications folder? (i.e. before you try to open any saved excel files)
Also, if you haven't already after updating, try restarting your computer. Wouldn't hurt.
|Apr 18, 2012, 08:21 AM||#4|
I have had 2011 since it came out. I have been operating it without problem until this morning. Admittedly, I haven't opened anything in a week or two, but now I am having the exact same problem.
Excel, specifically, will not open. I get the error message as above. Unlike the OP, I have nothing on my desktop, so that isn't the problem.
Also, the problem exists whether opeing a file directly, or double-clicking in the application itself. Same whether opening from Dock or Apps Folder.
Can't figure it out...
Last edited by NCPACKFAN; Apr 18, 2012 at 08:32 AM. Reason: Add'l Info
|Apr 18, 2012, 04:06 PM||#6|
This is a complicated error with several options to fix.
Note: The link is still referring to the old location of these files. I've got to get that updated.
~/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/Preferences/Office 2011
|Apr 19, 2012, 12:17 PM||#7|
Quick Easy Fix
I had the same problem. There is a VERY EASY fix.
Visit Link: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en...ng=en&id=29419
1) Download Service Pack 2 Update 14.2.0
2) Close All Other Applications
3) Run The Update File
4) Restart Computer
5) Relaunch Excel
Hope this helps.
|Jan 1, 2013, 03:51 PM||#8|
After many tries, I finally found how to link a Word document to a cell in Excell 2011:
1. create a link to your document
2. In Excell, select the cell you want to link to
3. Right click - Hyperlink - Document (select your file)
4. Click on Web page (I don't understand why but it works!)
5. Click on locate
6. Click Ok on message errors (!!)
7. Click Ok
|Apr 17, 2013, 07:40 AM||#9|
Have similar problem following reload of Office 2011 today
Error message received when trying to open Excel: You can’t open the application “Microsoft Excel.app” because it may be damaged or incomplete.
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