Especially if a stream of Excel documents that require processing threatens to overflood you.
Each time prompting me with a warning that "is already open.
Reopening will cause any changes you made to be discarded. So since the Powerpoint has 8 different tables from 3 different files, the warning pops-up at least 16 times or more usually.....making opening the file much more time consuming than previously experienced The intention is to add more links to graphs, but this issue is preventing further development.
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Download Fix Broken Links The installation is typical for MAPILab add-ins – no problems, no glitches.
One of the available options is the ability to choose the interface language (English or Russian).(This approach only works if the chart is on object on the same worksheet that contains the data on which the chart is based.) Follow these steps: That's it—Excel incorporates the new data right into the existing chart, slick as a whistle.Another approach is to add new data to the range not at the end, but somewhere within the range.the Powerpoint opened with out issue and as changes were made to the Excel files, the Powerpoint would automatically update "realtime" (you could watch the changes take place in the presentation - as long as source & dedtination files were open on the same workstation).But because of a Office Update, I assume, the "realtime" updating no longer works and when the Powerpoint file is opened, Powerpoint will open the individual Excel files at least as many times as there are tables linked.Here is the scenario: I have imported Excel data in to an In Design CS5.5 document.