Scott Lock

After installing a custom Add-in built using VSTO2005 (C#), the Analysis ToolPak seems to become disabled. Checking the "Disabled" status of addins under help and in the registry shows that it is actually enabled. However, all of the EONAME functions have now become "Unavailble".

Has anyone seen this behavior

Scott



Re: Visual Studio Tools for Office Analysis ToolPak Functions Become Disabled

Andrew Whitechapel - MSFT

Hi Scott

There's no good reason for this to happen, so I suspect some corruption in your installation of the Analysis TookPak.

Are the files physically present They should be in a subfolder of your Office install folder, eg:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\Library\Analysis

You should see these 4 files:

ANALYS32.XLL
FUNCRES.XLA
ATPVBAEN.XLA
PROCDB.XLA

Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Analysis TookPak





Re: Visual Studio Tools for Office Analysis ToolPak Functions Become Disabled

Andrew Whitechapel - MSFT

Scott - there's been no activity on this post for a while, so I'm guessing you've resolved the issue, and I'll close this post now. If it resurfaces, please do re-post.





Re: Visual Studio Tools for Office Analysis ToolPak Functions Become Disabled

Anonymous (2)

My customer HAD office xp on one computer and wanted office xp on the second computer.

Somehow, the transfer created files named analys32 (2).xll

Actually, named ....(2) into a LOT of files !

Just right click, rename, and delete the (2) in all the names

and it works like a charm.