I got the visual basic system error H8000FFFF… message with the info that there is no enough memory after installation of Daniel's XLTools 2003, which is of course was not true. I had to deselect and after uninstall the software. Do you have any idea about the cause and the cure?
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I have the same problem. What can i do? Where have an answer?
If you go to C:\Documents and Settings\Your_User_Name\Application Data\Microsoft\Excel
you will find an uninstall folder that will let you uninstall the add-in.
Your_User_Name is the folder that is named for you.
Hope this helps.
you can easily uninstall the addin via "Add/Remove Software" in the Control Panel (i.e., no need to navigate to the actual addin folder).
I wish I was able to help you guys, but this error is rather idiosyncratic. The Toolbox works on most computers, but evidently, on some machines it produces this error. It's definitively not a message produced by the addin itself, so Excel/VBA must have a problem. There's nothing on the web that could shed any light on this issue.
What Windows version are you using? 2000/XP/Vista/7? 32-bit or 64-bit?
I am using Windows XP Professional, Version 2002, Service Pack 3, 32-bit.
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