Microsoft® Excel 2010 Errors
Are you aware of the issues that can occur while using Microsoft® Excel 2010 on your computer?
Microsoft® Excel 2010 is the latest version of the Microsoft® Excel. The software works as a spreadsheet with a number of rows and columns. The software allows you to create daily account sheets, rank lists, bills, etc. with the help of a number of functions and formulas. The software can be installed with any operating system of Microsoft® series. The software also gives better performance and results with Windows Vista® operating system. However, you can come across a number of problems while the software is being installed and used on a Windows Vista® operating system. The software might get crashed after a long time use. This might lead to a loss of saved data. In addition, when you attempt to save a Microsoft® Excel file, you may be unable to do it because of an error message which shows the particular file is currently in use.
Here are some suggestions to fix and prevent such issues in Microsoft® Excel 2010.
- Remove add-ins
- Test the software
- Microsoft® Office Recovery Software
You might get some conflicts with Microsoft® Excel 2010, as you use different add-ins with the software. To solve this problem, you need to remove the add-ins from the software. You can do this by selecting COM Add-ins from the Add-ins tool of the software and then un-checking the add-ins you want to disable. Then you need to restart the software. After the restart, all the add-ins which were causing conflicts will be disabled.
Test the software
You can test the software to find any possible errors that can cause problems in Microsoft® Excel 2010. There are three types of testing options available for Microsoft® Excel 2010. The Unit Testing allows you to divide the software into units and then make a testing on each unit. The System or Integration Testing allows you to perform an integrated testing of the whole
software. The User Acceptance Testing is performed towards the end of project. It allows the user to make a testing method of your own.
You might loss your data as the software gets a sudden clash. You might not have saved the data or had not created a backup of the data. You can still recover data through some simple methods. Microsoft® offers a professional recovery software for repairing Microsoft® Excel files. The tool scans the software for lost data. Then it extracts the data from corrupt files.