MICROSOFT EXCEL 97 README FILE

(c) 1996 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

This document provides late-breaking or other information that

supplements the Microsoft Excel 97 documentation. If you

installed Microsoft Excel 97 with Microsoft Office 97, see also

the Microsoft Office 97 readme file (OfRead8.txt) for information

that is relevant to all Microsoft Office 97 products.

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CONTENTS

INSTALLING MICROSOFT EXCEL 97

IMPORTANT: Disable Virus Protection Before Running Setup

Minimum System Requirements for Microsoft Excel 97

Requirements for Microsoft Excel 97 with Windows NT

Workstation 4.0

Using Punctuation Characters in Directory Names May Cause

Problems

Using Delrina WinFax Pro 4.0 with Microsoft Excel 97

Setup Component "Converters for use with Lotus Notes" Is

Available with Standalone Microsoft Excel

Removing Microsoft Office 97 when ODBCDirect Is Installed

WORKING WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 97

Virus Search Software Is Available on Microsoft Web Site,

Not in Microsoft Excel 97

Vendor Independent Messaging (VIM) Is Not Supported on

Windows NT Workstation

Importing Microsoft Excel 97 Data into Microsoft Outlook

97

The Template Wizard Doesn't Support Paradox Databases

Opening Microsoft Excel 95 or 5.0 Files in Microsoft

Exchange Client Public Folders

Using Microsoft Excel Viewer to View Microsoft Excel 97

Workbooks

PRINTING

Solutions for Printing Drawing Objects

MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS

Upgrading Solutions to Microsoft Excel 97

Getting Help on Worksheet Functions in Microsoft Excel 97

Properties Such As OnEntry and OnCalculate Are Replaced

By Events

Accessing an ActiveX Control Through the Shapes or

OLEObjects Collection

Reload Method Is Not Available

No Help Available for the (Name) Property of Sheets

Replace Sample Tables in Data Access Objects (DAO)

Examples with Your Own Tables

No Help Topic for RefEdit Control

No Help Topics for AutoFilter, Filters, and Filter

Classes or Any Member of These Classes

Additional Constants for the MsgBox Function

UserForm controls do not have a ReSize Event

Microsoft Excel Workbook Translation Failed

MICROSOFT FORMS 2.0: ISSUES AND DOCUMENTATION CHANGES

Methods

Controls

Events

Properties

Other Known Issues

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INSTALLING MICROSOFT EXCEL 97

IMPORTANT: Disable Virus Protection Before Running Setup

--------------------------------------------------------

Some virus protection programs, such as VSafe.com and Norton Anti-

Virus Autoprotect, can interfere with the Microsoft Excel 97

Setup program. If you use a virus protection program on your

computer, disable it before running Setup. (You can re-enable the

virus protection program after Setup is complete.) Note: If your

virus-detection program starts automatically when you start

Windows, you can disable it by restarting Windows while holding

down the SHIFT key.

Minimum System Requirements for Microsoft Excel 97

--------------------------------------------------

To use Microsoft Excel 97, you need:

* Personal or Multimedia computer with a 486 or higher processor.

* Microsoft Windows 95 operating system, Windows NT Workstation

3.51 with Service Pack 5 or later, or Windows NT Workstation

4.0 with Service Pack 2 or later (will not run on earlier

versions).

* 8 MB of memory for use on Windows 95; 16 MB of memory for use

on Windows NT Workstation.

* 22-64 MB of hard disk space required; 36 MB required for

typical installation, depending on configuration. Use the

Office Upgrade Wizard during Setup to maximize free disk

space.

* CD-ROM drive (coupon enclosed for 3.5-inch high-density disks;

CD-ROM contains Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft

Camcorder, clip art, and templates not available on 3.5-inch

disks).

* VGA or higher-resolution video adapter (Super VGA, 256-color

recommended).

* Microsoft Mouse, Microsoft IntelliMouse, or compatible pointing

device (Microsoft IntelliMouse required for extended

navigational capabilities).

Additional items or services required to use certain features:

* 9600 baud or higher modem (14.4 baud recommended).

* Multimedia computer required to access sound and other

multimedia effects.

* Some Internet functionality may require Internet access and

payment of a separate fee to a service provider.

Requirements for Microsoft Excel 97 with Windows NT Workstation

4.0

---------------------------------------------------------------

To use Microsoft Excel 97 with Windows NT Workstation 4.0, you

must install Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later.

Using Punctuation Characters in Directory Names May Cause

Problems

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If the name of the directory you install Microsoft Office 97,

Microsoft Excel 97, Microsoft Outlook 97, Microsoft PowerPoint

97, or Microsoft Word 97 into includes a comma (,), single

quotation mark ('), or exclamation point (!), you may have

problems when you use the programs. To avoid problems, use the

default directory or use only letters and numbers in directory

names.

Using Delrina WinFax Pro 4.0 with Microsoft Excel 97

----------------------------------------------------

WinFax Pro 4.0 installs two Microsoft Excel macro files for use

with Microsoft Excel 4.0 and 5.0: MSExcel4.xlm and MSExcel5.xls,

respectively. These files are incompatible with Windows 95,

Windows NT Workstation, and Microsoft Excel 97. If you install

Microsoft Excel 97 over Microsoft Excel 4.0 or 5.0, Setup removes

these incompatible macro files from your \Excel\XLStart folder

and installs an updated macro named MSWfx95.xls. If you install

Microsoft Excel 97 in a folder other than the folder you used for

Microsoft Excel 4.0 or 5.0, Setup installs the updated macro

MSWfx95.xls but leaves the old macros on your computer; you must

delete these manually. . For more information about Delrina

WinFax, contact Delrina.

Setup Component "Converters for use with Lotus Notes" Is

Available with Standalone Microsoft Excel

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The Microsoft Excel Help topic Components Installed With

Microsoft Excel incorrectly states that the converters for use

with Lotus Notes are not available in the standalone Microsoft

Excel Setup program. In the standalone Microsoft Excel Setup

program, these converters are found under Converters And Filters;

Converters For Use With Lotus Notes.

Removing Microsoft Office 97 when ODBCDirect Is Installed

---------------------------------------------------------

If you remove Microsoft Office 97 when ODBCDirect is installed,

Remote Data Objects (RDO) 1.0 (included with Microsoft Visual

Basic 4.0) no longer runs. To fix the problem, reregister

MsRdo32.dll by typing "regsvr32 MsRdo32.dll" at the MS-DOS

prompt.

If you remove Microsoft Visual Basic 4.0, ODBCDirect may stop

working with Microsoft Office 97. To fix the problem, reregister

MsRdo20.dll by typing "regsvr32 MsRdo20.dll" at the MS-DOS

prompt.

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WORKING WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 97

Virus Search Software Is Available on Microsoft Web Site, Not in

Microsoft Excel 97

----------------------------------------------------------------

In Microsoft Excel 97, a virus checking option can display a

warning whenever you start to open a workbook that contains

macros that might include viruses, and can prevent macro viruses

by opening these workbooks without the macros. The virus checking

option does prevent viruses from running and spreading, but to

remove possible viruses from a workbook, virus checking software

from Microsoft or other companies must be used.

In the Help file Key Information For Upgraders And New Users, the

topic What's New With Security? states that a Virus Search add-in

program can detect and remove macro viruses from workbooks. There

is no such add-in program included in Microsoft Excel 97. For

updated information about virus checking software available from

Microsoft and other companies, visit the Microsoft Office Web

site at:

http://www.microsoft.com/msoffice/

Vendor Independent Messaging (VIM) Is Not Supported on Windows NT

Workstation

-----------------------------------------------------------------

If you use a 16-bit e-mail program compatible with Vendor

Independent Messaging (VIM), such as Lotus cc:Mail, on Windows NT

Workstation, you cannot send or route workbooks.

Importing Microsoft Excel 97 Data into Microsoft Outlook 97

-----------------------------------------------------------

When you import data from a named range in a Microsoft Excel 97

worksheet into Outlook, the first row of the named range is

imported as field names. Outlook reserves the first row of a

named range for field names. (You use field names in the Map

Custom Fields dialog box in Outlook to associate data in cells on

the worksheet with the correct fields in Outlook.) If the range

you import does not contain field names, the first row of data is

interpreted as field names and will not import as data. To ensure

all the data in the named range is imported, use the first row

for field names.

The Template Wizard Doesn't Support Paradox Databases

-----------------------------------------------------

Microsoft Excel Help topics about the Template Wizard with the

Data Tracking add-in state that the add-in can link cells in a

workbook to fields in a database. The topics use Paradox as an

example database format, but this is incorrect; the Template

Wizard does not support the Paradox format. Valid formats for the

tracking database include dBASE, Microsoft Access, and ODBC

sources such as SQL Server.

Opening Microsoft Excel 95 or 5.0 Files in Microsoft Exchange

Client Public Folders

-------------------------------------------------------------

If you use Microsoft Exchange Client, the following error message

appears when you double-click a Microsoft Excel 95 or 5.0 file in

a Microsoft Exchange public folder: "A problem occurred while

working with, or connecting to, a linked or embedded object or

its source application."

To open the file, save a copy of the file in a folder on your

hard disk (right-click the file, and then click Save As) or

install Microsoft Exchange Service Pack 3 (SP3).

Using Microsoft Excel Viewer to View Microsoft Excel 97 Workbooks

-----------------------------------------------------------------

The current version of Microsoft Excel Viewer that you can

download from the Microsoft Web site at

http://www.microsoft.com/msdownload/ does not let you view files

saved in the Microsoft Excel 97 workbook format. If you need to

create a file in Microsoft Excel 97 that works with the current

version of the Viewer, save the file in Microsoft Excel 5.0/95

Workbook format. An updated version of Microsoft Excel Viewer

will be available from the same Web site at a later date.

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PRINTING

Solutions for Printing Drawing Objects

--------------------------------------

This section lists workarounds for printer driver and other

printing problems.

HP LaserJet series 4 and 5, Windows 95, Microsoft Universal

Printer Driver: Several output quality problems may occur. These

problems may be corrected by changing the printer settings. Click

the Start button on the Windows taskbar, point to Settings, and

then click Printers. Select the printer you are using. On the

File menu, click Properties. Click the Graphics tab, and then

select the Use Raster Graphics option.

PostScript printing, Windows NT Workstation versions 3.51 and

4.0: Fill effects may not print correctly. The problem may be

fixed by upgrading to the latest version of the Microsoft

PostScript Driver for Windows NT Workstation 3.51 or 4.0.

Download the latest driver from:

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt/winnt-

public/fixes/usa/NT351/hotfixes-postSP5/pscript-fix.

PostScript printing, Windows 95, Print To File: With some

PostScript printers, the file may be sent to the printer rather

than to the file. The problem may be fixed by upgrading to the

latest PostScript driver based on Adobe PostScript 4.1.

HP LaserJet 5Si, Windows 95: Shapes and WordArt with some fill

effects may not print correctly. These problems may be corrected

by changing the printer settings. Click the Start button on the

Windows taskbar, point to Settings, and then click Printers.

Select the printer you are using. On the File menu, click

Properties. Click the Print Quality tab. Under Advanced, click

the Settings button, and then select the Raster Graphics And Text

option.

HP DeskJet 1600C, Windows 95: Use driver version 4.2 or later.

Download the latest driver from:

http://www.hp.com/

HP Color LaserJet, Windows 95: Pattern-filled objects may not

print correctly. This problem may be fixed by upgrading the

driver to version 1.300 or later. Download the latest driver

from:

http://www.hp.com

HP Color LaserJet PostScript, Windows 95: Objects with pattern

fills may appear in black and white rather than in color. The

problem may be fixed by upgrading to a driver based on Adobe

PostScript 4.1. You can download the latest driver from:

http://www.hp.com/

Lexmark Optra R and Optra L Series PostScript, Windows NT

Workstation versions 3.51 and 4.0: Gradient-filled objects may

print poorly. Contact the Lexmark Technical Support Center for

assistance.

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MICROSOFT VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS

Upgrading Solutions to Microsoft Excel 97

-----------------------------------------

Because of feature enhancements and improvements in Microsoft

Excel 97, some macros written for Microsoft Excel 95 may not work

in Microsoft Excel 97. For more information, see the white paper

"Upgrading Solutions to Microsoft Excel 97" on the Office

Developer Forum at:

http://www.microsoft.com/officedev/

Getting Help on Worksheet Functions in Microsoft Excel 97

---------------------------------------------------------

In the Microsoft Excel Visual Basic Help (VbaXl8.hlp) topic List

Of Worksheet Functions Available To Visual Basic, the links to

topics that describe the worksheet functions do not work. To get

Help on any of the worksheet functions listed in the topic, go to

the Microsoft Excel window, click Contents and Index on the Help

menu, click the Index tab, and then look up the function in the

Help Index.

Properties Such As OnEntry and OnCalculate Are Replaced By Events

-----------------------------------------------------------------

Earlier versions of Microsoft Excel included properties of

workbooks and charts that were set to the names of procedures to

run when the user performed specific actions, such as

recalculating or saving. In Microsoft Excel 97, those properties

have been hidden and replaced by events. The following table

identifies these properties and the events that replace them.

Object Hidden property Replacement event

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ChartObject, OnAction Change or

ChartObjects, SheetChange event

OLEObject, OLEObjects

Application, Worksheet OnCalculate Calculate event

Application, Worksheet OnData Change or

SheetChange event

Application, Chart, OnDoubleClick BeforeDoubleClick

Worksheet event

Application, Worksheet OnEntry Change event

Workbook OnSave BeforeSave event

Application, Chart, OnSheetActivate Activate or

Workbook, Worksheet SheetActivate

events

Application, Chart, OnSheetDeactivate Deactivate or

Workbook, Worksheet SheetDeactivate

events

Although these hidden properties have been superseded by events,

existing code that uses these properties and is imported into

Microsoft Excel 97 still work correctly. Note, however, that if

you press F1 when one of these property names is selected, the

Help topic for the event that replaces it is displayed.

Accessing an ActiveX Control Through the Shapes or OLEObjects

Collection

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An ActiveX control on a sheet has two names: the name of the

shape that contains the control, which you can see in the Name

box when you view the sheet, and the code name for the control,

which you can see in the cell to the right of (Name) in the

Properties window. When you first add a control to a sheet, the

shape name and code name match. However, if you change either the

shape name or code name, the other is not automatically changed

to match.

You use the code name of a control in the names of its event

procedures. However, when you return a control from the Shapes or

OLEObjects collection for a sheet, you must use the shape name,

not the code name, to refer to the control by name. For example,

assume that you add a check box to a sheet and that both the

default shape name and the default code name are CheckBox1. If

you then change the control code name by typing chkFinished next

to (Name) in the Properties window, you must use chkFinished in

event procedures names, but you still have to use CheckBox1 to

return the control from the Shapes or OLEObject collection:

Private Sub chkFinished_Click()

ActiveSheet.OLEObjects("CheckBox1").Object.Value = 1

End Sub

For more information about how to work with controls, see

Microsoft Excel Help and the Microsoft Office 97/Visual Basic

Programmer's Guide (available from Microsoft Press).

Reload Method Is Not Available

------------------------------

The Reload method is not available for use in a Microsoft Visual

Basic for Applications macro in Microsoft Excel 97.

No Help Available for the (Name) Property of Sheets

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The value that you see in the cell to the right of (Name) in the

Properties window is the read-write code name of the object.

There is no programmatic way to access this property; it can only

be accessed through the Properties window.

Replace Sample Tables in Data Access Objects (DAO) Examples with

Your Own Tables

----------------------------------------------------------------

The examples for Data Access Objects (DAO) library methods and

properties that are specific to Microsoft Excel refer to sample

tables that are not included with Microsoft Office 97. The

examples accurately show how to use DAO with Microsoft Excel,

but, to run the examples, you must modify them to refer to your

own tables.

No Help Topic for RefEdit Control

---------------------------------

The properties and methods for the RefEdit control are the same

as those for the Microsoft Forms 2.0 Editbox control. For more

information, see Microsoft Forms Help.

No Help Topics for AutoFilter, Filters, and Filter Classes or Any

Member of These Classes

-----------------------------------------------------------------

There are no topics for the AutoFilter class, the Filters class,

and the Filter class, or any member of these classes in Microsoft

Excel Visual Basic Help (VbaXl8.hlp). As a result, the wrong

topic may appear when you show context-sensitive Help from the

object browser.

For information on these classes and class members, see the

Office Developer Forum at:

http://www.microsoft.com/officedev/

Additional Constants for the MsgBox Function

--------------------------------------------

In addition to the constants listed for the MsgBox function, the

following constants are available for use as button argument

settings.

Constant Value Description

----------------------------------------------------------------

vbHelp 16384 (&H4000) Adds a Help button to

the message box. Click

the Help button or press

F1 to generate a Help

event.

vbSetForeground 65536 (&H10000) Places the message box

in the foreground and

activates it. Keyboard

input is directed to the

message box.

vbRight 524288 (&H80000) Right-justifies the text

in the message box.

vbRtlReading 1048576 (&H100000) On Hebrew and Arabic

systems, shows

message and caption text

using right-to-left

reading order.

UserForm Controls Do Not Have a ReSize Event

--------------------------------------------

The syntax and remarks for the Resize event should read as

follows:

Syntax: Private Sub UserForm_Resize()

Remarks: Use a Resize event procedure to move or resize controls

when the parent UserForm is resized. You can also use this event

procedure to recalculate variables or properties.

Note: UserForm controls have no Resize event.

Microsoft Excel Workbook Translation Failed

-------------------------------------------

If a Microsoft Excel workbook created in another language fails

to be translated when you attempt to load it, a message appears

and refers you to the file Trnslate.log for more details.

Trnslate.log is usually located in the \Windows\temp folder and

you can view it with any text editor, including Microsoft

Notepad. The most common cause of a translation received failure

is missing type libraries. To correct the problem, contact the

author of the workbook or the person you received the workbook

from to obtain the missing type libraries. You can identify the

missing type libraries by matching the descriptions listed in

Trnslate.log with the type libraries referenced by the workbook's

Visual Basic for Applications project. The workbook's references

are listed in the References dialog box (Tools menu) in the

Visual Basic Environment. Copy the missing type libraries to the

folder containing Microsoft Excel on the computer where

translation failed. You can download the type libraries from the

following location:

http://www.microsoft.com/MSExcelSupport/

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MICROSOFT FORMS 2.0: ISSUES AND DOCUMENTATION CHANGES

The following sections describe changes to the documentation for

Microsoft Forms 2.0. These changes supercede the contents of the

Help file Fm20.hlp. These sections also contain known issues with

Microsoft Forms 2.0.

Methods

-------

* Repaint Method: The Repaint method does not return a value. The

correct syntax is:

Object.Repaint

Controls

--------

* CheckBox Control: The initial value of a CheckBox control is

False.

The GroupName property can be used with one or more CheckBox

controls. Note, however, that the CheckBox controls in a group

still operate independently of one another.

* OptionButton Control: The initial value of an OptionButton

control is False.

* ToggleButton Control: The initial value of a ToggleButton

control is False.

Events

------

* Click Event: When the user clicks on the active page or tab of

a MultiPage or the active tab of a TabStrip, the Click event

is initiated. However, if the MultiPage or TabStrip contains

multiple rows of page tabs, the Click event is only initiated

for tabs in the foremost row of pages.

Properties

----------

* AutoTab Property: When this property is True, the

TabKeyBehavior property is not in effect.

* AutoSize Property: Setting the AutoSize property to True

adjusts the size of a control to fit the text within it. If

you change the text in a control after setting AutoSize to

True, you must also set AutoSize to False and then back to

True to get the control to resize.

* DragBehavior Property: fmDragBehaviorEnabled should not be used

with MatchRequired = True.

* IMEMode Property: The following is a more detailed description

of the IMEMode property.

IMEMode Meaning

---------- --------------------------------------------

NoControl The control does not affect the IME.

On Activates the IME without changing its

language or other settings.

Off Turns the IME off without affecting the

language or other settings. In China,

Off also switches the keyboard to non-IME.

Disabled Makes the IME disappear so that its settings

cannot be changed.

All other values set the IME to a particular language.

Controls, such as command buttons, that do not allow typing

will disable the IME while they have focus.

Every control makes a copy of the IME state in effect when

that control receives focus. When it loses focus, it restores

this saved state. This saving and restoring occurs without

regard to the value of the IMEMode property of the control.

This differs slightly from the example in the Help text.

Each change that a user makes to the IME while a control has

focus immediately updates that control's IMEMode property (if

it has one).

All controls will accept setting all IME modes without error,

but when a mode is not "native" to a locale it will:

a. Not be listed in property sheets in that locale.

b. Have the same effect as a native mode. See below.

All modes are native, except:

- Disabled is native only in Japan. Elsewhere, it acts like Off.

- In Japan, the Hangul and Hanzi modes are not native. Using them

has the same effect as using Hiragana.

- In Korea, the only native modes are NoControl, Hanzi, and Alpha

(Full and Half). Off and Disabled have the same effect as Alpha.

On, Hiragana, Katakana, and Hanzi have the same effect as

Hangul.

- In China, the Hiragana, Katakana, Hangul, and Hanzi modes are

not native. Using them has the same effect as HanziFull or Hanzi

as appropriate.

- Everywhere else, the only native mode is "NoControl." All other

modes have the effect of "NoControl."

* List Property: The last sentence of the Help text is not

correct. You can use the List property to copy an entire

single dimension or multidimensional array of values to a

control.

* ListRows Property: Setting ListRows to 0 shows all the rows in

the list.

* MatchRequired Property: This property is in effect when the

MatchEntry property is set to fmMatchEntryComplete or

fmMatchEntryFirstLetter, but is not enforced when MatchEntry

is set to fmMatchEntryNone.

When the Input Method Editor (IME) is used to process

keystrokes, the MatchRequired property does not always ensure

that the user types a matching value in a ComboBox.

* MultiLine Property: When this property is True, the

TabKeyBehavior property is not in effect.

* ScrollBars Property: Corrections to text are below.

- For a single-line control, replace Rule 2 with the following

sentence: "When the ScrollBars property is set to

fmScrollBarsHorizontal or fmScrollBarsBoth, the control shows a

horizontal scroll bar if the text is longer than the edit

region. The height of the control will not be changed, so the

horizontal scroll bar may overlap the text in the control."

- Ignore Rule 3.

- For a MultiLine control, ignore the third bulleted item in Rule

4.

* ShowDropButtonWhen Property: If AutoSize is True, changing the

ShowDropButtonWhen property immediately changes the size of

the control based on whether the drop button is visible or

hidden.

* SpecialEffect Property: This property does not apply to the

ToggleButton.

* TabKeyBehavior Property: This property is enforced when AutoTab

is False and MultiLine is True.

* Value Property: The Value property of the TabStrip is an

integer indicating the active tab. Zero indicates the first

tab. The maximum value is one less than the number of tabs.

* Visible Property: You are not allowed to change the Visible

property of a control during the Layout event or Enter event.

Doing so will cause an error at run time.

Other Known Issues

------------------

The Marquee control included with Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0

does not work properly in Microsoft Forms 2.0. This is a known

problem that will be fixed in a future release of Internet

Explorer.

Calling "Unload Me" during the Enter event of a Microsoft Forms

2.0 CommandButton, OptionButton, or CheckBox may result in an

"Out of stack space" error or may cause an "illegal operation"

error. The workaround is to call "Unload Me" during the Click

event instead.


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