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Old 04-09-2010, 04:59 PM
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This time, yes (I pulled data from a massive spreadsheet to do some calcs in a minor spreadsheet) but I'm shutting it off now.
Uh, yeah.

When I'm dealing with large spreadsheets, I always turn off automatic calculation.
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(Not Responding) Why didn't I save???
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Whew. Came back.

Save save save
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Froze.
x2. Some issue with multiple programs, and 2003<->2007 conversions, auto-saving...:sigh:
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sweet brand new computer can't handle a couple of small excel files at once. AWESOME!!!
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"Code execution has been interrupted" error, which occurs randomly. Had to re-boot to re-instate excels integrity.

I can't get too mad since excel works wonders under normal circumstances... but it's bad when you realize if excel decides to die... things won't get done.
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Lots of links to outside files.

2003 > 2007

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"Microsoft Office Excel is recovering your documents"
Don't lose them in the first place!
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Not really a crash this time, but I tested the limits of my processor to handle multiple Excel instances, and lost. My fault for running one 10 minute macro in one instance and starting a 15 minute calculation in another, while working in a third. Eek.

Luckily, the calculation wasn't far along (and I saved beforehand), and the spreadsheet running macro (which was almost done) still worked.
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Stupid Excel.
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!

again! Already!
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