Tony Chen TechNet Community Support Hello Tony, I have the same problem: When I upgraded to Office 2013, only in Excel that I cannot double-click to open my old. Adding %1 will pass the file name. Thanks, Scalpel-11 Hello Everyone: This solved my problem: Choose Run and enter Excel. Method 4: Repair Office Try to repair your Office programs. Okay, so incredibly, I solved this.
This article was last updated by Ben on May 1st, 2019 in response to your feedback. Method 3: Reset File Associations Check out whether the file association in the system are performing correctly or not, reset the excel file associations to their default settings. When I close Sheet1 it asks if I want to save my changes when I have not made any. This will open the Registry Editor. Go to the registry key listed below. The first thing you should know is that Windows looks at the file's extension, and from that, assigns the application and the icon. You definitly want to do a virus scan and see if anything is found.
Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. The message will allow excel user to open the workbook that you have a double click. The workaround thus far is to then go into the menu and select Open and select the file that way, then the file opens. This Key is for a computer that has Microsoft Office 2013 installed. There is no 'File Types' tab or option to select.
I have done a lot of searching but cannot find how to fix it. Last updated on March 20th, 2014 When your Office installation is corrupted due to a virus attack, incompatible Add-on or unfinished installation then you face problems when you are working with your Office applications Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc. If these steps do not resolve the problem, go to Method 4. If you found it helpful, and especially if you didn't, please use the feedback controls below and leave us some constructive feedback so we can continue to make it better. How to repair Office 2010 or Office 2013.
Associate the File Types Once you know which program you want to associate your files with, right-click and choose Open With. I know these normally don't work but it's worth a try. Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. This was the answer to my issue also. The first runs a local quick repair attempt, the second an online repair.
These two kinds of add-ins are located in different folders. I am at home where I use open office. While I was working on finding a solution for this, somehow the same thing happened with my Word documents. Method 4: Repair Office Try to repair your office programs with the following steps mentioned here for your installation type and operating system. You may be able to find a similar Key for earlier versions of Microsoft Office Excel. I know I will eventually uninstall everything and start over, but right now I need access to some files and can't risk being several days withput them. First determine the file type.
Method 6: Disable hardware acceleration To work around this problem, disable hardware acceleration until a fix is released by your video card manufacturer. To get more methods about solving this issue, please refer to this article: Hope it's helpful. Now if I can just figure out how to tip my own scales for this solution. Method 4: Try to repair your Office programs. In 2013 I don't see a help menu maybe I'm looking at it and not seeing it. I'm unable to paste the link here due to a rule imposed by Microsoft in this forum. Here are Microsoft's instructions from that link - very simple to follow! Figuring it might be some kind of odd issue, I decided to roll back with a restore point.
I just need a program that will open their files so I can convert them to a more user friendly format. You should still be able to open your file by opening the application first, then opening the file from there. I just installed Office 2013 over Office 2010 not my intent, but that's another issue. As this will prevent you to access your Excel file or watch the content of the file. By security settings, do you mean the trust center? So if you want to repair Office 2010 or Office 2013: 1.