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How to install an Update (or Reinstall) Article rated 2.9/5.0
Here's how to install a program update: 1. In Excel, go to the Add-Ins dialog (usually on the Tools menu), UN-check Statement Converter, and click OK. The "Convert to QB" menu should disappear. 2....
Error in loading DLL (on Mac) Article rated 3.0/5.0
applies to Apple Mac only: If you receive "Error in loading DLL" when installing the add-in, there is an issue with your Excel. Please re-install Excel. Additional symptoms you may notice with this s...
Installing with Excel 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 Article rated 2.9/5.0
When installing Statement Converter for use with Excel 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007, save the .XLA file (the program) into the default add-ins folder suggested by Excel or in an Excel Trusted Location. &...
If it doesn't run (Excel 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016)... Article rated 3.0/5.0
In Excel 2007 and later, if Statement Converter doesn't work after installation, please check your Excel's security settings. Click the Microsoft Office button (top, left, round button) &...
Excel 2016 - Add-in doesn't appear Article rated 3.0/5.0
PROBLEM:  After installing Statement Converter (even in a "trusted location"), Excel fails to display its "Add ins" tab or the Add Ins tab disappears. SOLUTION:  Ensure that you are using S...
How to uninstall the program Article rated 3.0/5.0
To uninstall the program, just go to the the "Add-Ins" dialog and uncheck Statement Converter and click OK. The "Convert to QB" menu should disappear. Exit Excel and then restart it.
Error: "Not a valid Add-in" Article rated 3.0/5.0
If Excel complains that this is "Not a valid Add-in", it is because you are not following the installation instructions. The program is not a COM add-in.  Please carefully read the "How to I...
Error: "Macro may not be available or all macros be disabled" Article rated 2.9/5.0
This is a rare issue and is due to Excel permissions. Solution: 1.  If using a 64-bit version of Excel, move the Statement Converter .xla file to the 32-bit folder.  For example: instead ...
Error: This workbook has lost its VBA project, ActiveX controls and any other programmability-related features. Article rated 3.1/5.0
How to resolve error message:  "This workbook has lost its VBA project, ActiveX controls and any other programmability-related features." This error is because "Visual Basic for Applications" is...
 

 
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