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Windows 7: Win 7 "broke" my Excel Add in


13 Dec 2009   #11

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Kriemer:

For what it's worth, I am using the stock retrieval add-in on Windows 7 with no issues.

My C users myusername appdata roaming microsoft addin folder is empty.

I am using Excel 2007.

I have used the stock retrieval add-in successfully in these combinations:

Vista, Excel 2003
Vista, Excel 2007
Win 7, Excel 2007

I didn't have to make any modifications at all when I moved to Win 7---just a fresh install of Excel 2007. My stocks spreadsheet automatically worked as well under Win 7 as it did under Vista--including data connections and macros.

I don't remember all the details of the Excel install, but if memory serves you have to deliberately choose to install the Excel ToolPak?

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13 Dec 2009   #12

Win 7
 
 

ignatzatsonic

Perhaps the difference is that you are using Excel 2007, perhaps it is in the stock data add-in you are using.

To be clear my add-in does work, but I do have to reset existing spreadsheets so that they are built under the new addressing conditions. This does leave me with a works on Win 7 or WinXP situation.

Thanks

k
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13 Dec 2009   #13

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Here is the one I am using. It's a MS product, but they may have other versions?


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13 Dec 2009   #14

Win 7
 
 

I am using a similar add-in from QuotesPlus.

QuotesPlus is a commercial/Annual Fee service that provides more data fields than the MS equivalent.

Regards

k
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