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[smf_addin] Digest Number 3750

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Digest #3750

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Thu Jul 21, 2016 5:05 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

wayneharkins

Randy,


First thanks so much for the add-in I use it every day and it saves me a lot of manual work. I have a problem I cannot seem to resolve. After the latest download to the Add-in folder on my computer I have to rest my files to the location each time I open excel . This is a new problem for me I have not experienced before and it is on tow separate computer . However, oncence I do that it will work till I shut down excel.I am using Excel 2010.


any suggestions for me ?

Thu Jul 21, 2016 6:20 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Randy Harmelink" rharmelink

There have been a number of recent messages about the same problem. It
appears to have been caused by a Microsoft Security Update. My guess is
that it may have something to do with the add-in being located in the
"Program Files" folder. Is that true for you?

The problem is, fixing that will be tedious. For a while, anyway. Because
if you move the add-in, everything you've saved in the past will open with
location errors. However, my hope is that if you save the file after fixing
the location errors, the problem will go away. That the next time you start
up EXCEL and open that saved file, the locations will resolve normally.

I had to move my add-in out of the "Program Files" folder when I got a new
computer and had to upgrade from XP to Vista, because Vista wouldn't allow
me to save programming changes to the add-in when it was located in the
"Program Files" folder.

When I have location errors, I typically just run the smfFixLinks macro.
But their cause is a different, one-time, issue.

I'm curious -- if you open EXCEL and create a new workbook, does this
function work:

=RCHGetElementNumber("Version")

The reason I ask is I'm wondering if the new Microsoft update is preventing
the add-in from loading when EXCEL starts up.

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 3:38 PM, wayneharkins@yahoo.com [smf_addin] <
smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

>
> First thanks so much for the add-in I use it every day and it saves me a
> lot of manual work. I have a problem I cannot seem to resolve. After the
> latest download to the Add-in folder on my computer I have to rest my files
> to the location each time I open excel . This is a new problem for me I
> have not experienced before and it is on tow separate computer . However,
> oncence I do that it will work till I shut down excel.I am using Excel 2010.
>
> any suggestions for me ?
>
>

Thu Jul 21, 2016 7:25 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

futants46and2

Randy, I am trying to figure this out and have only been perplexed by inconsistencies I've run into:

Each instance of excel I open I need to go into add-ins and manually uncheck, and then check the SMF add-in, and that is even after I moved the folder to "program files>microsoft 14>xlstart"



One spreadsheet that I have been running RCHgetelement single entries loads fine, however a different spreadsheet that I've been running arrayed "RCHgetelement" with the "modgetelementnumber" macro returns "#name" and when I do get it to fire it gets stuck on the first array. SMF fix links doesnt work either it fires a compile error "aData(i1, 1) ="



SMF "updatedownloadtable"-sample works fine, but the shortcut (alt+ctl+J) doesn't work, I need to manually go into VB and fire both parts of the macro "modgetelementnumber" and then SMF "update download table".


Thoughts?
Thanks!



Thu Jul 21, 2016 8:49 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Randy Harmelink" rharmelink

My assumption at the moment is that the problem is that the MicroSoft
security update is stopping the EXCEL start-up process from loading any
add-in that is within the "Program Files" folder.

Here's what I would try to verify that, if I was having the problem here:

1. Create a new folder, "C:/SMF add-in" (that's my new default, so all new
templates on the web site use it),
2. Extract the ZIP archive there.
3. Open EXCEL
4. Try:

= RCHGetElementNumber("Version")

...to see it it works. If it doesn't, that tells me that the new MS
security update is preventing the add-in from loading on startup (I'm
assuming it's in a "Program Files" folder, and that's what is causing the
problem).

5. Go into the add-in manager, change the add-in to point to the one in the
"C:/SMF add-in" folder.
6. Try step (4) again to confirm it's using the new location.
7. Open up a small worksheet that has the location problem.
8. Run smfFixLinks to correct the location errors, then verify the
worksheet is working.
9. Save the worksheet.
10. Exit EXCEL
11. Restart EXCEL.
12. Try step (4) again to confirm it still works and is set to point to the
one in the "C:/SMF add-in" folder.
13. Try reopening the workbook saved in step (9) to make sure it no longer
has a location problem.
14. If everything is working, I'd remove the add-in folder within the
"Program Files" folder.

Unfortunately, if "Program Files" *is* the problem, steps (7) thru (9)
would need to be run on each workbook that was saved with the add-in in the
"Program Files" location. Not immediately. Just on an "as needed" basis. I
have the smfFixLinks macro assigned to a button on my toolbar because I use
it often enough that I want it easily available.

As for your shortcut key issue, I'm assuming you're using a rather old
version of the add-in? It got lost in an update a while back. You can
either:

1. Reassign the shortcut key
2. Assign the smfUpdateDownloadTable macro to a button on your toolbar
(mine is)
3. Use the context menu (right mouse click) and choose the option from the
"SMF" sub-menu

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 7:25 PM, futants46and2@yahoo.com [smf_addin] <
smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

>
> Randy, I am trying to figure this out and have only been perplexed by
> inconsistencies I've run into:
>
> Each instance of excel I open I need to go into add-ins and manually
> uncheck, and then check the SMF add-in, and that is even after I moved the
> folder to "program files>microsoft 14>xlstart"
>
> One spreadsheet that I have been running RCHgetelement single entries
> loads fine, however a different spreadsheet that I've been running arrayed
> "RCHgetelement" with the "modgetelementnumber" macro returns "#name" and
> when I do get it to fire it gets stuck on the first array. SMF fix links
> doesnt work either it fires a compile error "aData(i1, 1) ="
>
> SMF "updatedownloadtable"-sample works fine, but the shortcut (alt+ctl+J)
> doesn't work, I need to manually go into VB and fire both parts of the
> macro "modgetelementnumber" and then SMF "update download table".
>
> Thoughts?
>
>

Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:02 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Jose Jacob" pepecan47

Randy, is the folder name case sensitive?
You folder is "C:/SMF add-in"

I have "C:\SMF Add-In" as a location you posted some time (a couple of years) ago.

Regards,
Jose L. Jacob

--------------------------------------------
On Thu, 7/21/16, Randy Harmelink rharmelink@gmail.com [smf_addin] <smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: Re: [smf_addin] Add in xla location has to be reset each time I open excel and the spreadsheets I use and RCH getelement Array failing
To: smf_addin@yahoogroups.com
Received: Thursday, July 21, 2016, 11:43 PM


 









My assumption at the moment is that
the problem is that the MicroSoft security update is
stopping the EXCEL start-up process from loading any add-in
that is within the "Program Files" folder.

Here's what I would try to verify that, if
I was having the problem here:

1. Create
a new folder, "C:/SMF add-in" (that's my new
default, so all new templates on the web site use it),
2. Extract the ZIP archive there.
3. Open
EXCEL
4. Try:

=
RCHGetElementNumber("Version")

...to see
it it works. If it doesn't, that tells me that the new
MS security update is preventing the add-in from loading on
startup (I'm assuming it's in a "Program
Files" folder, and that's what is causing the
problem).

5. Go into the add-in manager,
change the add-in to point to the one in the "C:/SMF
add-in" folder.
6. Try step (4) again to confirm
it's using the new location.
7. Open up a small worksheet that
has the location problem.
8. Run smfFixLinks to correct the
location errors, then verify the worksheet is working.
9. Save
the worksheet.
10. Exit EXCEL
11.
Restart EXCEL.
12. Try step (4) again to confirm it
still works and is set to point to the one in the
"C:/SMF add-in" folder.
13. Try reopening the workbook saved
in step (9) to make sure it no longer has a location
problem.
14. If everything is working,
I'd remove the add-in folder within the "Program
Files" folder.

Unfortunately, if "Program
Files" *is* the problem, steps (7) thru (9) would need
to be run on each workbook that was saved with the add-in in
the "Program Files" location. Not immediately.
Just on an "as needed" basis. I have the
smfFixLinks macro assigned to a button on my toolbar because
I use it often enough that I want it easily available.

As for your shortcut key issue,
I'm assuming you're using a rather old version of
the add-in? It got lost in an update a while back. You can
either:

1. Reassign the shortcut key
2. Assign
the smfUpdateDownloadTable macro to a button on your toolbar
(mine is)
3. Use the context menu (right mouse
click) and choose the option from the "SMF"
sub-menu

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at
7:25 PM, futants46and2@yahoo.com
[smf_addin] <smf_addin@yahoogroups.com>
wrote:
























Randy, I am trying to figure this out and have only been
perplexed by inconsistencies I've run into:
Each instance of excel I open I need
to go into add-ins and manually uncheck, and then check the
SMF add-in, and that is even after I moved the folder to
"program files>microsoft
14>xlstart"
One spreadsheet that I have been
running RCHgetelement single entries loads fine, however a
different spreadsheet that I've been running arrayed
"RCHgetelement" with the
"modgetelementnumber" macro returns
"#name" and when I do get it to fire it gets stuck
on the first array. SMF
fix links doesnt work either it fires a compile error
"aData(i1, 1) =" SMF
"updatedownloadtable"-sample works fine, but the
shortcut (alt+ctl+J) doesn't work, I need to manually go
into VB and fire both parts of the macro  "modgetelementnumber"
and then SMF "update download
table".
Thoughts?












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Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:31 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

futants46and2

Hi Randy

I deleted SMF in the "program file" directory, and it works now from "C:/SMF.."

However I am still getting compile errors when trying to pull an "RCHgetelement" array or single, I can pull other RCH such as "RCHGetYahooQuotes" on the same sheet with no issue.


And when I can fire the array from "SMF UpdateDownloadTable" it gets stuck on the first ticker, and freezes


The SMF I'm using is from 2.1.2016 and the hotkey was working well until the recent microsoft security snafu.



---In smf_addin@yahoogroups.com, <rharmelink@...> wrote :

My assumption at the moment is that the problem is that the MicroSoft security update is stopping the EXCEL start-up process from loading any add-in that is within the "Program Files" folder.


Here's what I would try to verify that, if I was having the problem here:


1. Create a new folder, "C:/SMF add-in" (that's my new default, so all new templates on the web site use it),
2. Extract the ZIP archive there.

3. Open EXCEL

4. Try:


= RCHGetElementNumber("Version")


...to see it it works. If it doesn't, that tells me that the new MS security update is preventing the add-in from loading on startup (I'm assuming it's in a "Program Files" folder, and that's what is causing the problem).


5. Go into the add-in manager, change the add-in to point to the one in the "C:/SMF add-in" folder.

6. Try step (4) again to confirm it's using the new location.

7. Open up a small worksheet that has the location problem.

8. Run smfFixLinks to correct the location errors, then verify the worksheet is working.

9. Save the worksheet.

10. Exit EXCEL

11. Restart EXCEL.

12. Try step (4) again to confirm it still works and is set to point to the one in the "C:/SMF add-in" folder.

13. Try reopening the workbook saved in step (9) to make sure it no longer has a location problem.

14. If everything is working, I'd remove the add-in folder within the "Program Files" folder.



Unfortunately, if "Program Files" *is* the problem, steps (7) thru (9) would need to be run on each workbook that was saved with the add-in in the "Program Files" location. Not immediately. Just on an "as needed" basis. I have the smfFixLinks macro assigned to a button on my toolbar because I use it often enough that I want it easily available.


As for your shortcut key issue, I'm assuming you're using a rather old version of the add-in? It got lost in an update a while back. You can either:


1. Reassign the shortcut key

2. Assign the smfUpdateDownloadTable macro to a button on your toolbar (mine is)

3. Use the context menu (right mouse click) and choose the option from the "SMF" sub-menu


On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 7:25 PM, futants46and2@... mailto:futants46and2@... [smf_addin] <smf_addin@yahoogroups.com mailto:smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Randy, I am trying to figure this out and have only been perplexed by inconsistencies I've run into:

Each instance of excel I open I need to go into add-ins and manually uncheck, and then check the SMF add-in, and that is even after I moved the folder to "program files>microsoft 14>xlstart"


One spreadsheet that I have been running RCHgetelement single entries loads fine, however a different spreadsheet that I've been running arrayed "RCHgetelement" with the "modgetelementnumber" macro returns "#name" and when I do get it to fire it gets stuck on the first array. SMF fix links doesnt work either it fires a compile error "aData(i1, 1) ="

SMF "updatedownloadtable"-sample works fine, but the shortcut (alt+ctl+J) doesn't work, I need to manually go into VB and fire both parts of the macro "modgetelementnumber" and then SMF "update download table".


Thoughts?









Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:52 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Randy Harmelink" rharmelink

Pretty sure it's not case sensitive.

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 9:02 PM, Jose Jacob pepecan47@yahoo.ca [smf_addin] <
smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

> Randy, is the folder name case sensitive?
> You folder is "C:/SMF add-in"
>
> I have "C:\SMF Add-In" as a location you posted some time (a couple of
> years) ago.
>

Thu Jul 21, 2016 9:58 pm (PDT) . Posted by:

"Randy Harmelink" rharmelink

On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 9:31 PM, futants46and2@
​...wrote:

>
> I deleted SMF in the "program file" directory, and it works now from
> "C:/SMF.."
>

​Does that mean you went thru all 14 steps, and that once you save a
workbook, that workbook opens without location errors?​

> However I am still getting compile errors when trying to pull an "
> RCHgetelement" array or single, I can pull other RCH such as
> "RCHGetYahooQuotes" on the same sheet with no issue.
>

​I can't think of an array version of RCHGetElementNumber(). What do you
get with:

=RCHGetElementNumber("Version")

...or doesn't that work either?​

> And when I can fire the array from "SMF UpdateDownloadTable" it gets stuck
> on the first ticker, and freezes
>

Where is it freezing? What "formula" is being used for that column?​

> The SMF I'm using is from 2.1.2016 and the hotkey was working well until
> the recent microsoft security snafu.
>

​Some others have reported the hotkey not working. Mine hasn't worked for
some time. One of the others was using a 2014 version of the add-in, so I
assumed they lost it about the same time I did.​

> ---In smf_addin@yahoogroups.com, <rharmelink@...> wrote :
>
> My assumption at the moment is that the problem is that the MicroSoft
> security update is stopping the EXCEL start-up process from loading any
> add-in that is within the "Program Files" folder.
>
> Here's what I would try to verify that, if I was having the problem here:
>
> 1. Create a new folder, "C:/SMF add-in" (that's my new default, so all new
> templates on the web site use it),
> 2. Extract the ZIP archive there.
> 3. Open EXCEL
> 4. Try:
>
> = RCHGetElementNumber("Version")
>
> ...to see it it works. If it doesn't, that tells me that the new MS
> security update is preventing the add-in from loading on startup (I'm
> assuming it's in a "Program Files" folder, and that's what is causing the
> problem).
>
> 5. Go into the add-in manager, change the add-in to point to the one in
> the "C:/SMF add-in" folder.
> 6. Try step (4) again to confirm it's using the new location.
> 7. Open up a small worksheet that has the location problem.
> 8. Run smfFixLinks to correct the location errors, then verify the
> worksheet is working.
> 9. Save the worksheet.
> 10. Exit EXCEL
> 11. Restart EXCEL.
> 12. Try step (4) again to confirm it still works and is set to point to
> the one in the "C:/SMF add-in" folder.
> 13. Try reopening the workbook saved in step (9) to make sure it no longer
> has a location problem.
> 14. If everything is working, I'd remove the add-in folder within the
> "Program Files" folder.
>
> Unfortunately, if "Program Files" *is* the problem, steps (7) thru (9)
> would need to be run on each workbook that was saved with the add-in in the
> "Program Files" location. Not immediately. Just on an "as needed" basis. I
> have the smfFixLinks macro assigned to a button on my toolbar because I use
> it often enough that I want it easily available.
>
> As for your shortcut key issue, I'm assuming you're using a rather old
> version of the add-in? It got lost in an update a while back. You can
> either:
>
> 1. Reassign the shortcut key
> 2. Assign the smfUpdateDownloadTable macro to a button on your toolbar
> (mine is)
> 3. Use the context menu (right mouse click) and choose the option from the
> "SMF" sub-menu
>
> On Thu, Jul 21, 2016 at 7:25 PM, futants46and2@... [smf_addin] <
> smf_addin@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>
>
> Randy, I am trying to figure this out and have only been perplexed by
> inconsistencies I've run into:
>
> Each instance of excel I open I need to go into add-ins and manually
> uncheck, and then check the SMF add-in, and that is even after I moved the
> folder to "program files>microsoft 14>xlstart"
>
> One spreadsheet that I have been running RCHgetelement single entries
> loads fine, however a different spreadsheet that I've been running arrayed
> "RCHgetelement" with the "modgetelementnumber" macro returns "#name" and
> when I do get it to fire it gets stuck on the first array. SMF fix links
> doesnt work either it fires a compile error "aData(i1, 1) ="
>
> SMF "updatedownloadtable"-sample works fine, but the shortcut (alt+ctl+J)
> doesn't work, I need to manually go into VB and fire both parts of the
> macro "modgetelementnumber" and then SMF "update download table".
>
> Thoughts?
>
>
>
>
>
>
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