Linked or Embedded Object
If the workbook contains a linked or embedded object, when you edit the object or create another object, you receive the following error messages:
- Editing or inserting an embedded or linked objectCannot start source application
- Pasting a new linked or embedded objectCannot paste data
Visual Basic Module
If the workbook contains a Visual Basic module, and you try to run a procedure contained in the module, or to insert a new module in the workbook, you receive the following error message:
If the workbook contains a pivot table, and you attempt to edit the pivot table, the following error message appears:
When you save a workbook file to another location, such as your hard disk drive, the following error message appears if the workbook file contains a pivot table, linked or embedded object, or a Visual Basic module, and you do not have access to the disk that contains the workbook file:
When you create a pivot table, an OLE object, or a Visual Basic module in a workbook, you must have continuous access to the drive that contains the workbook, because these items are stored on the drive.
To avoid receiving an error message in any of the above situations, you must insert the floppy disk, or connect to the network drive that contains the workbook file. You can then edit and create OLE objects, pivot tables and Visual Basic modules, and you can also save the workbook file.
These files created because Microsoft Excel version 5.0 uses the Docfile format in object linking and embedding (OLE) version 2.0.
When you open an existing workbook, a temporary file is created either in your TEMP directory or in the directory that contains the file.
ID do Artigo: 114440 - Última Revisão: 26/10/2013 - Revisão: 1