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Dont know how much $ we need to spend before microsoft tech support will help but $25,000 on office alone isnt enough :-( +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Follow the steps to resolve it run: Double-click the Open action. I see the Edit... I was thinking of reinstalling or upgrading Windows. have a peek here

The File Types tab of the Folder Options dialog box. Hope it works 4 u Reply Add comment Helpful +2 Report Shakya May 13, 2010 04:56AM I had a similar problem with Word 2007 on Vista (home premium) - I'd double While you're in Office 2007, re-save the file as a "Word 97 - 2003 Document" and then transfer it to your phone. So, summarizing (sorry if too long a post): Go to Control Panel > Default Programs > Associate a protocol or file type with a program Then find the extensions you want https://forum.openoffice.org/en/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=64853

There Was A Problem Sending The Command To The Program

please help. You should be able to. I use Word 2003 (Word 2010 is installed, but I don't like it.)(The symptoms were as you describe here, plus each time I opened a new Word document, I got a Can't open any attached Microsoft office document after update to windows 10 7 replies 17 have this problem 3895 views Last reply by finitarry 1 year ago Johan Posted 8/17/15, 12:04

Click OK to close the Editing Action dialog box. Suddenly, yesterday, I tried to open a Word doc and to my surprise the Word installer opened up and started trying to install Word. Bill's suggestion has not worked for me. Your desktop copies of Office can out of sync if you upgrade your local version of Office, or the SharePoint Admin updates the SharePoint server.

The Edit File Type dialog box. Office 365 Rainbow_Eagle Reply Add comment Helpful +1 Report candoit Jan 25, 2009 12:24PM Thanks my friend. Might you know what could be going on?I run XP.Also, another very weird thing that has just started happening is anytime I am on a website offering a pdf download that More hints Turned out the file association was set to "Word Viewer" - changing it to Word itself did the trick!

When I save the file to my desktop I can open it without any problem. The only way to open it is from inside the File tab. I do get a dialogue box to pop open. Work as Geekoshy with BACKUP and ADDITIONS as below BACKUP Right click xlsx key and Export to docs as xlsx, if you need to restore to original state simply double click

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I wasted my time on it formany days but finally I got a solution from this linkhttp://www.microsoftliveassist.com/word-experienced-an-error-trying-to-open-the-file/ Russell Cohen24 May 2014, 07:53 Thanks for posting this information. you can try this out To do so, click File, then click Open. There Was A Problem Sending The Command To The Program Just wanted to tell you that I fixed the problem. Microsoft Office Ugghh.

The openwithprogid was wrong it was something like exel_auto_fil rather than excel.sheet.12. Any ideas? sign-up, it takes less than a minute and it's free! Go File > Options > Trust centre > Trust centre settings > Protected view.

What a relief. why I try to open the response is'' there was a problem sending the command to the program''... Opening files from Drive on your desktop takes a few seconds longer than you'd expect, but it does work. Check This Out Enter your e-mail address and click "Subscribe." (Your e-mail address is not shared with anyone, ever.) Want to see what the newsletter looks like?

Once more thank you for your support. Do this by choosing Detect and Repair from the Help menu. Version used thunderbird : 38.2.0 Thank you already for all the given advice.

Make sure the Topic box contains the word System.

I never found menu file types.Hence no way to use your DDE option method.Running Help/Detect and Repair fixed the issue.As Russell Cohen I've Office 2003 (and 2010 too) running on Windows I can't find excel.exe here - C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14\ I am intrigued to know how Excel came to be installed so that it is run using "Microsoft Application Virtualization Client" (App-V). Reply Add comment Helpful -1 Report Will Feb 18, 2009 09:34AM I'm using word 2007 and my documents now have a docx extention, consequently it's creating some problems. When I click "domains.xlsx" from my desktop Excel 2010 will open but not my file.

Chosen solution Microsoft seems to know they broke their software with Win10. Excel MVP, Oxford, England. Note that some of the responses in this thread assume that the original poster was having problems opening an Excel 2010 file in a previous version of Excel. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-open/outlook-temp-cleaner-program.html Now when I introduce changes in the file and try to save those changes then, it is not accepting the changes because of sharing voilation & create a duplicate file.

Click OK to close the Folder Options dialog box. If you can get all your apps updated to current, or the same versions, you'll find that previously missing features will work. He primarily covers Windows, PC and gaming hardware, video and music streaming services, social networks, and browsers. If you're a web admin, network engineer, or developer trying to help a user, then you're in the right place.

I have used Office 15 here, icacls "%programfiles%\Microsoft Office 15" /grant *S-1-15-2-1:(OI)(CI)RX You will see a Successfully processed message. Advertisement ^ If updating fixed the problem, great, else do the following: Open an elevated command prompt, type the following and hit Enter. Google's new set-up is neat, but it does beg the question why not just open your files locally instead of messing with the web app? Windows displays the Folder Options dialog box.

Subscribe to our newsletter Subscribe Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net Can't open my 2007 document - page 2 thanks Carol Reply Report CB- Jan 7, 2009 01:31PM VICTORY! Hope, it helps Friday, August 13, 2010 9:42 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Davebr07 You should be able to open xlsx files in 2003 once you Contact Us Privacy Policy Legal Notices Report Trademark Abuse Source Code Twitter Facebook Firefox Friends Switch to mobile site Search Free Sign Up Login Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia

Scroll through the list of Registered File Types until you find the option for DOC files. If that still doesn't work, the problem is most likely rooted in the default action for the DOC file type being set to "New" instead of "Open." To correct this problem, Here, I had changed my document file extension to .doc (old style Word) and not to .docx as I had previously saved them. Word 2010 and newer use a ".docx" file extensions.

Malwarebytes, nothing better for protection...How do I run the self repair/diagnostics mentioned in some of the above posts? If you're not. The DDE Application Not Running box should be empty.