excel has generated error

luisve

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i have a excel workbook, sometimes without warning a msgbox appear saying this message: "excel.exe has generated error and will be closed by windows, you will need to restart the program," the error sometimes happen when a macro call a workbook that its on the network but sometimes happen after that, and also sometimes the error not ocurr and all the macros run ok.
the workbook was made on oficcce 2003 and his running on oficce 2000. can someboy help me?
 

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luisve

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i dont think that reinstall will do the ttrick because the error dont happen with others workbooks.thanks
 

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