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Steps to Repairing a Parsing Error on Your Computer

September 17th, 2011 Posted in Microsoft Excel Errors, Microsoft Word Errors Comments Off on Steps to Repairing a Parsing Error on Your Computer

 

What Is a Parsing Error?

If you’re attempting to export documents, or copy and paste information into certain programs, such as email or Microsoft Word, you might get a Parsing Error if the receiving software doesn’t correctly interpret the exported or imported information, or there’s an export of import error for some other reason. The text provided within the error pop up can sometimes help you pinpoint the issue.

 

What Causes a Parsing Error?

A Parsing Error can occur when you’re exporting information from one software program to another, such as from a Word document to your email platform, and the formatting from the originating program doesn’t translate correctly in the new program. For example, bullet points in Word might not translate and format the same way in the email software, or might not be identified at all. Also, a common reason for a Parsing error is when there’s an error in any programming code that’s in the process of being compiled.

 
How to Fix a Parsing Error

There are few options and workarounds to resolving a Parsing Error on your computer, depending on what the root cause of the issue is and what your end result should be.

 

Solution 1: Use Notepad for the Originating Content.
Steps:

  1. Open Notepad on your computer.
  2. Copy the text from the originating document.
  3. Paste the text into Notepad to strip out all formatting.
  4. Go through and remove any bullet points or left over formatting in the Notepad document.
  5. Copy the text in Notepad.
  6. Paste the text into your final receiving platform (email, blog platforms, and so on).
  7. Format the text within the receiving platform for proper formatting within that program.
  8. Review the document to verify proper formatting.

 

Solution 2: Simplify the Formatting from the Originating Document with Plain Text when Exporting and Importing.
Steps:

  1. When exporting or importing text, copy the text from the originating document.
    Paste the text in the new or receiving document by choosing to Paste as Plain Text by the method provided in the new or receiving document.

 

Solution 3: Fix the Computer Language Encoding Error.

Steps:

  1. Review the computer language text of the program giving you the error message for encoding errors. If you are not computer savvy, you’ll want to ask a professional to assist you. If the error is with a particular website, for example, call the host of the website, or find someone who’s knowledgeable in the code being used, such as Java, Php, or XML.
  2. You may also choose to install a software program to help you debug coding to fix any errors.

One of these solutions should assist you with resolving a Parsing Error that appears on your computer. Let me know if I can be of additional assistance. Good luck!

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Steps to Repairing Microsoft Excel Errors for Your Computer

September 11th, 2011 Posted in Microsoft Excel Errors Comments Off on Steps to Repairing Microsoft Excel Errors for Your Computer

 

What Is a Windows Microsoft Excel Error?

If you’re attempting to open a Microsoft Excel file and the file won’t open, you may receive a Microsoft Excel Error. The error might read: There was a problem sending the command to the program; or An error occurred in sending the command to the application. This error can still occur when the Excel application opens without an issue, but the Excel file you’re attempting to open will not.

 

What Causes a Windows Microsoft Excel Error?

A Microsoft Excel Error can occur when an Excel setting is set to not allow certain files from opening when the file comes from a Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE). This setting is often enabled as the default setting. A Microsoft Excel Error could also occur when the file type is not recognized by your computer or the file is corrupt.

 

How to Fix a Windows Microsoft Excel Error

There are a couple options to choose from when attempting to fix a Microsoft Excel Error of this type, depending on the root of the issue.

Solution 1: Check the file extension to confirm its .xls.

Steps:

  1. Confirm you have Microsoft Excel software installed on your computer. If you do, proceed to Step 2. If you don’t, download the software to resolve the issue and you can most likely stop here.
  2. Confirm the file extension for the file you’re attempting to open is .xls.
  3. If the file extension is .xls, proceed to Solution 2 below. If it’s not .xls, proceed with this solution.
  4. Locate the file you’re attempting to open.
  5. Right click on the file.
  6. Select Save As.
  7. When the Save As box opens, under Save as File Type, select Excel Workbook from the drop down list.
  8. Click Save.
  9. Try to reopen the file.
  10. If it still doesn’t work, repeat Steps 4 through 6 above.
  11. When the Save as box opens, save the file to your hard drive without making any changes.
  12. Right click on the file.
  13. Select Rename.
  14. Change the extension to .xls.
  15. Try reopening the file.

 

Solution 2: Disable the Setting that Prevents files from opening that come via DDE
Steps:

  1. Open Microsoft Excel.
  2. Click on the Office logo button in the upper left hand corner of the program. Note: If you’re using Microsoft Office 2010, the Microsoft Office button is no longer present. Instead, there’s what’s called a Backstage which is the Microsoft Excel X in the upper left hand corner.
  3. Select Excel Options.
  4. Click on Advanced.
  5. Scroll down to General.
  6. Uncheck the box beside Ignore other applications that use Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE).
  7. Click on OK.
  8. Click Apply.
  9. Try to reopen the Excel file that you originally prompted the Microsoft Excel Error.

 

One of these solutions should resolve a Microsoft Excel Error for a file on your computer. Let me know if you need further assistance. Good luck!

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