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    VJobanputra
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    I was having problems with my Excel under Windows 7. So I changed the compatibility for Excel to XP (ser.pack 2).

    When I tried to print payroll cheques, I got the message : “Could not start Microsoft Excel. Program not installed?”

    When I change the compatibility to Vista (Ver 2), the cheques printed as normal!

    How can I keep the Excel compatibility at XP level and still print cheques? (Because Excel performs much better at that level)

    Vijay

    #14205

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    What version of Office are you using? You should try to search via google.ca for an answer to your problem.

    Regards to All,

    Martin

    #14206

    VJobanputra
    Participant

    I am using Microsoft Office 2007. On the screen it appears as (Compatibility Mode).

    Vijay

    #14214

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    I have attempted to duplicate your problem and cannot. I’ve tried on three Windows 7 machines testing the speed between the Vista and XP compatibility levels with no differences in performance and duplicating the error message you have described.

    I suspect that there is a problem with the installation of Office 2007 on your system which is why you are changing the compatibility level. Perhaps you should reinstall Office 2007 on your system.

    Regards to All,

    Martin

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