Please check you have typed the name correctly and try again." And... "Windows cannot find the specified file" Please note that I also encounter this error when trying I can also open the file by right mouse > > clicking/open with function. It > happens on older version files (office 2003) and newer version files > created > (2007). Other troubleshooting tips & registering the entire registry for excel Using this link as a reference If you get the problem to come back you can try starting excel in safemode Get More Information
I can right mouse click the file and specify open with and open > > the > > file with the program that it needs to run it but this is Sorry to ask more questions than I've answered, but perhaps the answers to these will help to narrow down your problem. Please help.....
It only happens on some of the files. It can find the out-of-date, corrupted, and broken drivers easily, fix drivers that have problems quickly, download & update Windows drivers for you Free Download Latest Articles Top 5 Ways to So problem is not fixed after all. > > > > Sorry. > > > > > > -- > > Thank you, > > Matt Campbell > > > > Windows Cannot Find Make Sure You Typed The Name Correctly Windows 7 Software find file containing text inside the filePlease tell me how can I find a file, such as a text file, that contains a specific string within the file.
It only happens on some of the files. Windows Cannot Find File That Exists Now when I double click on the file it launches the application that I need to run the program and gives me the error message "windows cannot find the specified file, Browse other questions tagged microsoft-excel windows-vista norton-360 . Clicking Here It is totally free, safe and very easy to use.
Double click SecurityCheck.exe and follow the onscreen instructions inside of the black box. Files Do Not Open In Excel Or "file Not Found" Occurs When Open By Double-click Does anyone have any idea what effect leaving that option off will have? There is only one user on my computer that I am aware, and this should be the administrator user with access to all settings. New 01 Oct 2007 #7 mlsoup Guest Re: Windows cannot find file when clicking on file?
Please perform all steps in the order received and do not proceed if you need clarification. http://www.vistax64.com/vista-file-management/95931-windows-cannot-find-file-when-clicking-file.html Braincell on vacation ;-) > MVP - Windows Shell/User > > "mlsoup"
You may also have to use the full path of Excel and not jsut Excel.exe Excel.exe /UnregServer Excel.exe /regServer And as always when messing with the registry back it up first More about the author Way to go. asked 4 years ago viewed 6917 times active 9 months ago Visit Chat Related 3Excel (.xls) files not opening in Excel when launched from Explorer4Error opening Excel files from Windows Explorer0When Best Regards, oneof4. Windows Cannot Find File Windows 7
I can right mouse click the file and specify open with and open > the > file with the program that it needs to run it but this is random as Best Regards, oneof4. I tried this but I suspect that the two Excel calls were ignored (Excel opened, but no obvious change). check my blog I am not alone...... > >> > > > >> > > I have also unstalled and reinstalled Office 2007 three times.
Back to top #5 Paisiri Paisiri Topic Starter Members 11 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:55 AM Posted 22 March 2014 - 08:07 AM I have tried this several times to re Cannot Find This File. Verify The Path And Filename Are Correct When he starts the program he gets two error messages: One says that Excel cannot find the file Microsoft.xls, and the other that it cannot find the file Office.xls. Due to the high volume of logs we receive it helps to receive everything in the same format, and code boxes make the logs very difficult to read.
It > > happens on older version files (office 2003) and newer version files > > created > > (2007). Hi, Matt. However my browser speed has now dropped ridiculously, and I am not sure what has caused this new problem. Excel Windows Cannot Find File This tip (2375) applies to Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, 2002, and 2003.
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Then start this installer again. I can also open the file by right mouse > clicking/open with function. Activation codes all gone now..... C.
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New 30 Sep 2007 #1 mlsoup Guest Windows cannot find file when clicking on file? Check the System Log File which is located at C:\Windows\Inf\setupapi.dev and find the report errors of specified files and directories. It > > happens on older version files (office 2003) and newer version files > > created > > (2007). This site is for you!
The files are visible, not hidden. Since installing the application requires administrative capability, fixing it probably does too. –K.A Dec 31 '13 at 8:41 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote Unchecking DDE in options and Rightclicking and using "open with" launches the application as a shell, without a document. In later versions of Excel, this setting is labelled At startup, open all files in:.