Get rid ofCompile error in hidden module TBRun9


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Guest

Everytime I open or close Excel I get
Microsoft Visual Basic
Compile error in hidden module: TBRun9

Had same problem in 2000 and 2002.
Please help
 
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Chip Pearson

This is cause by the TextBridge OCR add in, a third party add-in.
Go to the Tools menu in Excel, and uncheck the Text Bridge
add-in.


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Cordially,
Chip Pearson
Microsoft MVP - Excel
Pearson Software Consulting, LLC
www.cpearson.com
 
G

Guest

Chip Pearson said:
This is cause by the TextBridge OCR add in, a third party add-in.
Go to the Tools menu in Excel, and uncheck the Text Bridge
add-in.


--
Cordially,
Chip Pearson
Microsoft MVP - Excel
Pearson Software Consulting, LLC
www.cpearson.com
 
G

Guest

I looked under add ons and nothing was checked and texrbridge was not
mentioned either.
 
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Rob Bovey

I'm pretty sure this file gets installed to the XLStart directory. If
you did a default installation of Office the path will be:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\XLStart

Delete any file with a name similar to TBRun9.xls

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G

Guest

Ok, I went to that file, there were only two things in there, the PDF file
and then one named wfxl2000.xls which says it was modified in 2003. There is
nothing in there relating to the TBRun9
Advise
Kathy
 
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Guest

Ok, I did a search, I found three files that had TBRun9 in and I deleted all
3 of them, says they were textbridge and set up in 2000. I still get the
same error and I rebooted the computer. Any more ideas?
Kathy
 
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Rob Bovey

Ok, I did a search, I found three files that had TBRun9 in and I deleted
all
3 of them, says they were textbridge and set up in 2000. I still get the
same error and I rebooted the computer. Any more ideas?
Hi Kathy,

That means there still has to be more copies of them somewhere. I'd make
sure Explorer is set to show hidden files and do another search of all your
hard drives. According to the Microsoft Knowledge Base, the two files that
cause this error are named TBRun9.xls and TBRun97.xls.

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Rob Bovey, Excel MVP
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G

Guest

I finally found the correct one and deleted it and I don't get the error
anymore, thanks so much, it was driving me batty.
Kathy
 
G

Guest

That got rid of the dratted thing. I removed every instance to that on the
computer, there were several on there. Not only in Excel but several other
places.
Once I got rid of the one in Excel everything was fine. Should I put the
other two back on there since they had nothing to do with Excel? I actually
found the solution in the Article 272066 that you referred me to go to,
followed the steps and voila, it went away. That could drive you nuts after
awhile.
Kathy
 
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Rob Bovey

Hi Kathy,

I wouldn't put any of them back, no. They are only for use with Excel,
but they were designed to work with previous versions of Excel and are not
compatible with current versions.

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Rob Bovey, Excel MVP
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* Take your Excel development skills to the next level.
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