Linking Paradox X3 to MS Excel 2007 - 07-13-2009 , 09:02 AM
Just recently, I had to upgrade my version of Office at work from 2003 to
2007, and since then I've had nothing but trouble with a few graphs I'd made
The graphs are fairly simple; Paradox does all the necessary leg work to get
the results I want, and then an Excel spreadsheet reads in the data from the
result table, which then produces the graph.
However, on a few of these now, I've been getting the error message
"External table is not in the expected format." This was never an issue in
2003, and now even trying to create a new spreadsheet in 2007 yields the
Anyone have any idea what I can do? I'm running the latest version of BDE
and Microsoft JET, so I don't think it's a verison issue.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Re: Linking Paradox X3 to MS Excel 2007 - 07-13-2009 , 09:07 AM
"External table is not in the expected format."
that error ususally relates to indexing and sort order.. my best guess is
that your new Jet settings are different from the old ones, if the Paradox
stuff didn't change..
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