MS Excel – Error Message

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The above shown error (As in pop up from Microsoft) is being faced by me in the form. The same happens in the cases of the table. I have noticed that it has #Error. So I attempt to fix it up by changing it. But at this moment the same error message is shown.

I have carefully noticed that even in such a case I am able to proceed and make copies of the pieces of the information into it. The information is in the table above. But at the time of my storing the data, it halts on a single point and doesn’t allow me to make any change in it.

How can I overcome this peculiar problem? My main concern is to become able to delete and make a change in it.

The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because you and another user are attempting to change the same data at the same time

Please help.

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MS Excel – Error Message

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Hello,

I am suggesting that you have to uninstall your microsoft excel or microsoft office. Make sure that you have done all the recommended updates of your operating system before making any installation and downloads. 

1. click start button

2. Go to control panel and

3. uninstall a program or add/remove the specific software

4. after that you have to download another microsoft office, try this website http://en.softonic.com/s/microsoft-office-2007-full-version
 

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MS Excel – Error Message

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As according to your screenshot, the error is a result of the file being openedin either two workstations or two applications and both are making changes on that single file. Unless the file is shared (as up to date versions of Microsoft products support multiple user access to a single file), you will be unable to make changes to your file.

If this is opened via network, collaborate with your team to adjust file settings to sharing mode. To do this you will need to the "Editing" tab of your application and select allow changes by multiple users, then save the file.

If this is opened by two applications on your workstation, try closing the first or second instance, and try to save the changes you want to create.

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