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Advertisement chab Thread Starter Joined: Jul 21, 2002 Messages: 87 Keep seeing this file...funcres.xla when I open Excel (office 2000) Thanks, Chuck chab, Nov 22, 2002 #1 Anne Troy Anne Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? etc. > > Also, I now remember seeing a Funcres something or other in the VBA editor > Project Window and of course it is not there now. etc. > >Also, I now remember seeing a Funcres something or other in the VBA editor >Project Window and of course it is not there now. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/what-is-file-funcres-xla.105156/
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Links and Sharing ExcelTips FAQ Ask a Question Make a Comment Free Business Forms Free Calendars OUR COMPANY Sharon Parq Associates, Inc. More advice on what do I need it for or who can safely do without its functionalities would be more helpful. You should also check to see if the actual folder for the Analysis ToolPak is in the Recycle Bin. http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=478578 I went to Tools > Add > ins > > and the Analysis Toolpac was not checked so I checked it, hit OK and got > the same message about not
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This will display a window that lists the many different Microsoft Excel add-ins, which should include Analysis Toolpak. It is loaded when you check the toolpak option under Tools|AddIns. The user must simply click the checkbox next to it and click OK in order to activate the Analysis Toolpak, which will also display Funcres.xla whenever Microsoft Excel is started.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Share it with others Like this thread? Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Oct 31st, 2003,08:33 PM #8 Todd Bardoni Board Regular Join Date Aug 2002 Location Rochester, MI USA Posts 3,042 Originally Posted by atmospheric If it's part of the analysis toolpak addin, why did they call it "funcres" and not "analtool", then we'd all understand what it was for?
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No amount of searching would work.I had the "MISSING: SOLVER.XLAM" in the tools/references and couldn't find the NEW solver anywhere using any recommended paths.I finally:1- Went to the Excel 2013 Application2 No, create an account now. Regards, Chuck. You'll be able to ask questions about MS Office or chat with the community and help others.
The Required Files To run Data Analysis, you need a file called Analys32.XLL. Subscribe (Your e-mail address is not shared with anyone, ever.) Comments for this tip: If you would like to add an image to your comment (not an avatar, but an image The files were there. Full points for the explanation how to activate and deactivate it, but I for example knew that part already.
Hopefully this will fix it, if not run detect and repair from the help menu -- HTH Nick Hodge Microsoft MVP - Excel Southampton, England S "John" <> wrote in message Griffyn (Programmer) 6 Nov 03 00:02 Try re-installing Office, or grabbing the .xla file directly from the CD and popping it into your office directory, or wherever the other .xla files The file paths are as follows: Office 2007: C:Program Files/Microsoft Office/Office 12/Library/Analysis/ Office 97 to 2003: C:Program Files/Microsoft Office/Office/Library/Analysis/ For those of you that are not too familiar with paths on John Guest I've been using Excel 2002 for several years.
Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password? Try this first: Tools-Addins and uncheck Analysis Toolpak.