Excel 97

Jegacats

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I have an excel sheet with macros
When I try to open it I get the following
message:

The instruction at "0x651d2a61" referenced memory @"0x00000000"
The memory could not be read
Click OK to terminate application.

I have tried the same file on 3
WindowsNT wrkstns with the same results
Can anyone tell me why and what I can do.

Thank you
 

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Have you tried opening the file with macros disabled? If not, try the following. Open the book with macros disabled, export all of your code modules, delete the same from your workbook, save and close. Reopen, import all back to the workbook. Save and close. Reopen and see if this solves your problem. You may want to clean up your Temp folder as well.
Tom
 

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