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tkambui (TechnicalUser) (OP)
15 Feb 12 11:30
Office 2007 on XP machine.  Clicking on the X, Alt-F4, Office button...nothing closes Excel except Task Manager.  Tried Office uninstall/reinstall, Uninstall, custom Excel install, Office 2007 repair.  Nothing worked.  Found nothing useful on Google.
tkambui (TechnicalUser) (OP)
15 Feb 12 12:45
Nevermind.  I found my solution.  
Andrzejek (Programmer)
15 Feb 12 12:48
   
Would you mind share your solution?
Somebody else may benefit.

Have fun.

---- Andy

tkambui (TechnicalUser) (OP)
15 Feb 12 12:52
Well, I did not know that Autonomy Worksite integration was involved.  I disabled the add-in and that did it.  I re-enabled it and Excel still closed fine.  Seems the add-in was sticking things up.  I'm new here and searched for a way to cancel my original thread, but I did not see an option.
SkipVought (Programmer)
15 Feb 12 12:55


hi,

Tek-Tips is not just a "get a solution" site, but it is also a "share a solution" site.

So it would be to everyone's benefit and to your credit, to share what you have discovered with all.

Skip,

glassesJust traded in my old subtlety...
for a NUANCE!tongue

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