If so, then maybe it's a bug of Access 2007 that we could learn to live with -- closing that message box every time we use that utility database to automate frontend updates and then open the frontend. It does involve turning off Cortana, so if you use the digital assistant on your device, you might want to stick to the preceding fixes. This is actually an older Excel problem that appears to have returned with my upgrading to Windows 10. The second reason older programs don't work is they are not compatible with Windows 10. Note: Windows 8 and Windows 10 users can directly search for Default Programs and then follow the same steps mentioned above. I was able to open Excel files previously with no problem and I am able to open Word and PowerPoint documents without a problem. Updates are always important and bring better performance.
Only after installing the latest Windows 10 updates. If you delete it, it will be recreated when you open Word again the next time. It mostly happens every time you start your computer. The various rst objects are always run by the utility database, using tables some linked, some not that are part of the utility database. Note You may have to restart your computer after the repair process is complete. But first create a system restore point before proceeding.
Try these solutions below and check which one solves the problem for you. Method 6: Disable hardware acceleration 1. So I next went into Windows Registry and amended all of my parameters for excel files to do this. Method 8: Temporarily Disable Antivirus Software 1. Finally the issue is resolved by removing the Add-Ins. This did not work for Word 2016. Muniappan I've given up on finding an answer myself.
Quit Exit Sub Else Shell CmdToOpen, vbNormalFocus DoCmd. This message instructs Excel to open the workbook that you double-clicked. However, if there is not a new version the Else part , the database opens, but the message appears. It could be some other application or programs, which runs on the computer at the background, leading to this issue. Update End With ' Destroy objects: rst. I am running Windows 8.
Then statement that would cause this. I was interested to read your thread. Hopefully, this will give some programmer a clue to what is wrong and produce a real fix. For example, if I tried to open a Word document or Excel file from my email, I get the error message, followed by Word or Excel opening, but not displaying the actual file. As long as the linked table is where it's supposed to be when Access tries to open the recordset I would expect the opening of the recordset to complete successfully. When I would click on the link, it would pop up with this error message and then proceed to open Internet Explorer with a blank page! Well, at least they do in our situation. The problem was not related to the file or its content.
Method 4: Repair Microsoft Office 1. I see that these posts were from a few months ago but I had the same issue recently and found a solution. For example: If Microsoft Word is causing the trouble then expand Word and you will see a Data key listed under it. I searched for and found many suggested fixes for the problem. When ever I click on a. There was a problem sending the command to the program.
I'm using W7 x64 with Building design suite premium 2014. Press Windows Key + R then type regedit and hit Enter to open Registry Editor. To test if this is the case, Run msconfig and under the services tab, disable the service called Dell Data Protection Security Tools Authentication Service. There are also chances to see There was a problem sending the command to the program error in other Microsoft software like PowerPoint, Word, etc. It's essentially what was posted above on Wed. I never found out what caused the issue? These worked for a bit, maybe a day at most. Now click on Start and type winword.
Press Windows Key + R then type appwiz. It could be a trust issue coming from Excel. . Follow the below methods: Method 1. I totally missed your post asking for the whole code. Recently I encountered a very Strange but a very Popular Error Associated with Microsoft Office 2007.
It may be that Excel did not install to the default folder on your computer because, for example, a previous version of Office or a version of Office document viewer software was already installed. Our laptops are used mostly at home, rather than at the office. Mark Hi Mark, Yes, I am also not sure if you are able to find the answer in there. Method 4: Repair Office Try to repair your Office programs. This is the common and working solution for our error. For Word 2013, you can change the registry by right-clicking and saving Double-click the file after downloading to update the registry.