Hi The 'team' here is fellow Office users. I guess I'm now a team member! The workbook you are trying to open has some content that was made in Excel for Windows using a feature that has not yet been implemented in Excel for Mac. You are being afforded an opportunity to view the workbook without that content, but you are being warned that if you save the workbook using Excel for Mac, you will remove from the workbook the content that was not displayed.
Issue Excel in macro file not working i try to open macro file but msg open read only file. Macros enable but all time show message pop please enable macros to use the macro utility I am an unpaid volunteer and do not work for Microsoft. 'Independent Advisors' work for contractors hired by Microsoft. Buttons/macros not working in Excel 2011 for Mac I have some files that have some basic Userform functionality (radio buttons and normal buttons) tied to some macros, but when I open the file (and answer the prompt to Enable Macros) and try to click on the buttons, the mouse will not functionally click on the buttons, all the click does is.
I recommend you install updates and get the 16.8 update that's being rolled out now. If you don't see the update today, check daily until you do (it might take a week or so for it to roll out to everyone). 16.8 has an entirely new object model and might now support that feature that was unsupported previously (maybe not, though - we'll just have to wait and see!).
Make sure your Mac has a working internet connection before checking for updates. Install Mac OS X updates followed by Office updates. Install Mac OS X updates first: To get Mac OS updates, go to the App store on your dock, and then click the Updates button to reveal available updates. Then Install Office Updates To get the update: • Open any Office application • Go to the Help menu and choose Check for Updates • Let AutoUpdate check for and install updates • Restart your Mac I am an unpaid volunteer and do not work for Microsoft.
'Independent Advisors' work for contractors hired by Microsoft. 'Microsoft Agents' work for Microsoft Support. Hi NitinPatel0101, Thanks for your updates. Please check whether the issue only happens in the specific macro codes and whether you can run the macros in the file with the same version of the Excel 2016 for Mac application on another Mac with the same operating system installed. Meanwhile, could you confirm and provide the following?
Upload a full screenshot of the page showing the version information of the Excel 2016 for Mac application you are using. You can access the page via Excel>About Excel. Provide the operation system version of your Mac now. When did the issue happen? Did the issue occur before? Thanks, Cliff. Hi NitinPatel0101, Thanks for your updates.
From the information you provided, it seems that the issue happens in other files with macro codes. Will my fl studio liscense work for mac. Windows visual studios for mac. If yes, I’d like you to confirm and provide the following.
When did the issue happen? Did the files with the macro codes work fine with Excel 2016 for Mac? Whether you can run the macros in the file with the same version of the Excel 2016 for Mac application on another Mac with the same operating system installed. Upload a full screenshot of the page showing the version information of the Excel 2016 for Mac application you are using. You can access the page via Excel>About Excel. Provide the operation system version of your Mac now. Thanks, Cliff.
Every year I take an existing Excel Workbook and delete the 2014 worksheets to clean up for 2015. I make a few new sheets for January 4th, 5th and 6th to get it started for 2015 and then save as Trim Log 2015 and done.
The Macros work on my PC but they don't work on any other PC. I can't figure out what the problem is. Also, I have to keep it in Excel 97-2003 format as if I save it as Excel Macro Enabled Workbook for 2013, the Macros still do not work and come up with an error that says 'Dataitems' already exists. Any clue why it would work on mine but not two other PC's? (one on 2013 and the other 2010)?
CatatonicBug wrote: If you don't use the 'Macro-enabled workbook' format, the macros are saved on your local PC, not in the workbook, so any other PC that tries to open it won't have the macros to work from. Saved it as MacroEnabled and now buttons work but it now says THE NAME DATAITEMS ALREADY EXISTS. When I try a new sheet.that is specific to the code in this Macros but don't have a clue (as of yet) how to fix it. Side note, I have a ton of Excel 97-2003 worksheets with Macros that I save in that format and they still work fine.weird. Michael kaler wrote: It sounds like it is trying to create a named range called DATAITEMS and is failing because it is already there. Can you SS the exact error message? Have you tried debugging and seeing what line it is happening on?
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