Something very like a best practices analyzer / BPA for Office, 32-bit and 64-bit, versions 2007 and newer, both MSI and click-to-run:
Category: Microsoft Office
Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer Tool 2.2
article #1012, updated 104 days ago
Excel falsely reports "cannot open or save any more documents because there is not enough available memory or disk space"
article #994, updated 163 days ago
There are many situations in which a recent version of Excel will report that there is not enough available memory or disk space, where there very clearly is. To knock this one out, go to File menu and Options, click Trust Center on the left, click Trust Center Settings… on the right, and then Protected View on the left. Uncheck everything in there, and OK all the way out. Close Excel and try it again. Problem eliminated.
Import Multiple CSVs to Tabs in One Excel Spreadsheet
article #763, updated 837 days ago
From the excellent Jerry Beaucaire; VBA, for use inside an Excel module.
Sub ImportCSVs() 'Author: Jerry Beaucaire 'Date: 8/16/2010 'Summary: Import all CSV files from a folder into separate sheets ' named for the CSV filenames ' 'Update: 2/8/2013 Macro replaces existing sheets if they already exist in master workbook 'Modded: 12/10/14 Minor edits (Jonathan Brickman) Dim fPath As String Dim fCSV As String Dim SheetName As String Dim wbCSV As Workbook Dim wbMST As Workbook Set wbMST = ThisWorkbook fPath = "X:\PATH-TO-CSVs\" 'path to CSV files, include the final \ Application.ScreenUpdating = False 'speed up macro Application.DisplayAlerts = False 'no error messages, take default answers fCSV = Dir(fPath & "*.csv") 'start the CSV file listing On Error Resume Next Do While Len(fCSV) > 0 SheetName = Left(fCSV, Len(fCSV) - 4) ' Trim .CSV from filename, make sheet name Set wbCSV = Workbooks.Open(fPath & fCSV) 'open a CSV file wbMST.Sheets(ActiveSheet.Name).Delete 'avoid replication, delete sheet ActiveSheet.Move After:=wbMST.Sheets(wbMST.Sheets.Count) 'move new sheet into Mstr ActiveSheet.Name = SheetName Columns.AutoFit 'clean up display fCSV = Dir 'ready next CSV Loop Application.ScreenUpdating = True Set wbCSV = Nothing End Sub
Manually remove Office 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010
article #234, updated 910 days ago
Fix-Its now exist for Office 2010, 2007, and 2003:
A utility for manual removal of Office versions at and before XP, is here:
Get, Set, Activate, and Do Lots More Things for Office Keys
article #717, updated 946 days ago
To get current keys, this is excellent:
Here’s a command line which works on Microsoft Office 2013 32-bit, on a 64-bit system, to get the key identifier (last set of characters):
cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS" /dstatus
The above can work in a CMD, even a remote CMD. The script does a lot of different things; for a list on the above system, try this, from the console only:
cscript "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\OSPP.VBS"
When Office 2013 Crashes Due To DirectX (ATIDxx64/32.dll)
article #676, updated 1089 days ago
This is a situation in which Office 2013, either 32-bit or 64-bit, will not run on any install. The way to handle it, is to disable “hardware acceleration” by registry entry. Go here:
then create key
Graphics, and then in that key a DWORD
DisableHardwareAcceleration, set value to 1 for disable.