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From: Tim on 02/11/2003
Help!

When I try to save or print a file in Excel on Windows 2000 it generates a "Send Error" message. In the log the following shows up:


Source: Microsoft Office 10 Event ID: 1000

Faulting application excel.exe, version 10.0.2614.0, faulting module msvcrt.dll, version 6.1.8924.0 fault address 0x00011726


Also, when I switch to the administrator profile it prints and saves just fine.

Can anyone help?

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From: Michael on 11/11/2010
Thank. It works.

From: German on 02/16/2010
Paste this text as it is whithout modifying it in a notepad and save as fixproblem.reg ... then run it. If you don't have "Send to Bluetooth" under that key, It'll do no harm. It worked for me!


Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel\Addins\BtOfficeAddin.BtOfficeIntegration.1]

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From: MouveMenNT on 10/09/2010
From: German on 02/16/2010
Paste this text as it is whithout modifying it in a notepad and save as fixproblem.reg ... then run it. If you don't have "Send to Bluetooth" under that key, It'll do no harm. It worked for me!

It's work for me!!
Nice, and thank you for this solution!

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From: Minion on 09/17/2010
Uninstall MS office and download Open Office from the internet. It's free and much less hassle. It has whatever you would want to use from MS office and don't give this shitty error msgs!
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From: German on 02/16/2010
Paste this text as it is whithout modifying it in a notepad and save as fixproblem.reg ... then run it. If you don't have "Send to Bluetooth" under that key, It'll do no harm. It worked for me!


Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Excel\Addins\BtOfficeAddin.BtOfficeIntegration.1]

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From: Arsehole on 03/18/2009
Ah come help everyone help help.
Help me , i have this very annoying problem why does nobody want to help /sarcasm
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From: User16 on 11/05/2008
It seems to be permission issue for me... Right mouse click -> Security...
Now it is working.
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From: Aistis on 10/14/2008
I have same problem and no solution.

I think need reinstall winXP

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From: dara on 06/24/2008
Can any onne help me for the similar issue..
Faulting Application Excel.exe, version 9.0.0.2719, faulting module excel.exe, version 9.0.0.2719, fault address 0x00050e1e.
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From: Simon on 03/01/2007
Hi Guys,

I recently had the same problem following reinstall of Excel 2000 onto my new computer.

Check the following thread http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-1793028.php

I tried it and it worked for a while then crashed again.

Following the logic that the XLB files were becoming corrupted I deleted all add-ons from the system (using Add/Remove Office Features), especially those with VBA, noted in the title. I followed the logic that [Support for Excel 2000 is discontinued except for security updates | Security updates are patching anything with VBA content (esp. add-ons) | there is a strong possibility that changes to add-on format will cause cooruption of customization file].

I have now had 2 beautiful event free days.

Simon Cropper

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From: Vibe on 04/05/2006
It is the printe driver, you just need to remove all the printer driver and re install

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From: Jon on 02/08/2006
No relevant posts to this problem. I will take a stab at it, msvcrt.dll is a visual C runtime dll. You don't need to have visual studio installed to have this file on your system as it may have been installed by other microsoft applications. I have tried applying visual studio patches to get the msvcrt.dll to the latest version however the system i have experiencing the problem has more wrong with it that just this module, a full system rebuild will be required however I encourage any following this post to question the version of the msvcrt.dll installed as you may have an older version that what you need/want installed.
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From: Tarby on 12/06/2005
Just save with a different filtype, like Excel project, its still work fine fine after that.
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From: helper on 06/08/2005
reinstall
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From: Arielo on 06/03/2005
Yes!!!

I need the same solution and nobody helpme. Please a need a solution. Regards

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From: Senga on 12/16/2004
Have you checked the appropriate file permissions?
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From: Saundra on 09/15/2004
Anybody find a solution to this error? Am currently experiencing the same issue.
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From: baroque on 12/21/2003
Dear Sir
I met a problem in the following:
Faulting application excel.exe,version 10.0.2614.0,faulting module excel.exe,version 10.0.2614.0,fault address 0x004cde2a

I am anxious to need your help and would you like to help me?

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