Solved: Unable to open xlsx file in office 2007

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vinayak86

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hi,
I have installed Office 2007 pro in my system.But i m unable to open xlsx file. I updated it with service pack 2 and also reinsall too but still having same problem. one this i would lik to mention is that i can open .xlsx manual lik---open New excel ---click on Ribbon button----open---and i give path to that .xlsx file and yes this way i can open these file. but cant open by double clicking on it.(no any error msg also) i also tried these files on another Pc, it works.

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Unfortunately, you omitted your Operating System. That's OK. Google File Association Windows (whatever) and you will see how to update which programs open which file types.
 

vinayak86

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Dear flavallee,
Thanks for the reply but m not using MS office 2003.its 2007.

I did everthing . i also checked file association program. everything seems to b fine but still having trouble.
i think MS office is not complitely removed. and may be registry entries are still there in regedit.
Does anyone know how to completely remove office 2007. is ther any removal tool available which will completley remove MS office and its registry entires.


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vinayak86

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Hello,
Finally got solution.There was problem in user profile,created new profile. now everything working fine.

Thanks all for help.

Regards,
Vinayak
 
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