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sumardi, Nov 5, 2009 #2 Advertisements Simon Murphy Guest That error message is normally caused by opening a .xls format file that had some analysis toolpak functions in it. File error: data may have been lost - Excel Troubleshooting When transferring a spreadsheet that works on one system to a similarly configurated PC, I get this error message and cannot Logged The administrator has disabled public write access. #1399 JohnDoyle[Admin] (Admin) Mechanical Engineer. in forum Microsoft InfoPath Replies: 3 Last Post: 06-30, 10:00 PM Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may http://radionasim.com/file-error/file-error-data-may-have-been-lost-excel-mac.php

The users are youngsters who tend to play with it when a bit bored but I usually manage to put things right. Messages include "file/path access error", "I/O Error" or get restarts excel.On a casual run through, I expect you might report back that "All worked ok for me". I get no error at all. Hey id even send you my old football stats spreadsheets (if you are interested!!). http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/msoffice_excel-mso_other/file-errordata-may-have-been-lost/40a5e7e3-f44a-4452-8e20-d89ee935e046

then the search fails for all numbers in that file. I'm going to "Edit > Links" and I'm trying to break the links to the three files... Do File / Open and then on the dropdown arrow that you will see on the 'Open' button select the 'Open and repair' option and see if that helps. -- Regards

The Excel version is given as 9.0.6926 SP-3. Resolve "There was an error accessing file" message in PowerPoint Those who use MS PowerPoint to create presentations can only understand the importance of PPT repair. All contents Copyright 1998-2016 by MrExcel Consulting. for too, know by need -- -- However, user to I try How Ken Reply With Quote 03-19, 05:25 PM #11 Re: File Error: Data May Have Been Lost I tried

Excel 2002 upwards has a File / Open & repair option that may help -- Regards Ken....................... Can you tell me if this can be seen when you open it in Excel 2000. I also tried numerous Search Utilities (Agent Ransack, File Boss, PowerDesk File Finder, Turbo Search, etc) and they all have the SAME problem. View 9 Replies View Related Lost The File Menue Option That Allows A File "Save As" Apr 4, 2006 I have upgraded to Excel 2003 and have lost the File menue

Therefore, a word master document file is very import... Can anyone help or seen such similar problem n has been able to rectify. I tried the following: - Renaming - Converting to a different file format (didn't work, it won't let me) - Opening in notepad...etc doesn't work. After the macros have run it saves down a new workbook with no macros and just the raw data plus some formulas.

If this update is removed, the error does not show up. http://www.textndata.com/forums/file-error-data-may-have-131194.html Simon Murphy, Nov 16, 2009 #3 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Like this thread?

BTW, the exact error is a pop-up box with the following: "The file you are trying to open, essexcln.xll, is in a different format than that specidied by the file extension. my review here It sounds like your case is a bit more serious if you suspect the file is missing elements of the calculation. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Jul 5th, 2009,02:24 PM #2 Tom Urtis MrExcel MVP Join Date Feb 2002 Location San Francisco, California USA Posts Help Please!!! - Excel File Saved As Read Only?

My files are not corrupted as I get the same error when using a diskette containing files which are months old. On open the excel file is loading data (from a text file) into it with VBA. Has anyone experienced this problem? click site How to repair corrupted Excel spreadsheets Excel spreadsheets too are prone to corruption, just like any other MS Office file.

I believe it is the same version that worked before. and How can I avoid it in the future? How can I suppress if not resolve another way.

This is especially helpful for the Vlookup function.

Suddenly, during loading data into the worksheet i get an error message. => The message box that appears has no words, number or any other information on it. The data of each text should be copied to Sheet1 of this workbook one below the other. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. Ken Reply With Quote 03-20, 04:19 PM #15 Re: File Error: Data May Have Been Lost Did not go through again.

roshknee Reply With Quote 04-09, 07:15 PM #19 RE: File error: Data may have been lost I am having this issue as well. Ask Your Own Question Error Message When Saving Files - Excel Excel Forum I have recently encountered a problem when trying to save a file each time I edit it. No account yet? navigate to this website Apparently the user that created this template lnked it to files on his desktop and then published the template to the network..

Home Questions Office Help Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Ask a Question Excel Microsoft Word PowerPoint Advanced Search Forum Office & Productivity Sign Up Now! If the cells it is referencing are empty, it is blank. Is there some sort of incompatibility between Excel 2002 and 2003? 2002 to 2002 users do not have this problem.

Your cache administrator is webmaster. So strange - yet if I open the file then save it . . . When I press Return, Excel now selects the cell to the right of the one I was in rather than the one below it. there exists no other copy of the file in question newer than it's initial creation two weeks ago (been working on it solidly since).The data does appear to be there but,

Moderator Posts: 1720 Re:File error: data may have been lost 7 Years, 11 Months ago Karma: 492 I donít have a copy of Excel 2000 but maybe we could work on I cannot find Excel files that contain specific strings. It doesn't appear to be locked. Is there a way I can change this back?

Consider a real time situation, where you try opening an Excel file and you come across the following error message: "File error: data may have been lost" The occurrence of this You can perform the following workaround to resolve the issue by following any of the measures given below: Try repairing and opening the Excel file using Open and Repair feature Save Hello and welcome to PC Review.