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You can’t edit other events. You can’t delete other events.

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You can’t post events. Is there anyway I can enable a more verbose “debug” to get excwl idea msddasql what it is and is not finding? There is also Office System Driver Beta: MS Verbsthenoun Posted 13 years ago Narrow your search by forum. Does the file exist in C: By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service.


MS provided drivers in Or is there some little typo keeping it from finding the file?

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This download will install a set of components that can be used by non-Microsoft Office applications to read data from Microsoft Office Beta files.

There are no office drivers for 64bit released. NET I need to update an excel template.

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You can’t delete your own events. It’s perhaps better to stick to what microsoft provides for 64 bit environments. Email Required, but never shown. You can’t upload attachments. You can download attachments. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You can’t post or upload images. I am using the following code to access the excel file: I’ll get back on that, but I suspect that would be it. There seems to be a solution to this problem now through Office System Driver Beta: This only works if you set the application pool to Enable bit applications to true for a Classic ASP application however.


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