Most users find it very easy to download the SpreadsheetConverter add-on and install it in their Microsoft Excel environment. This page contains an overview of the rare problems that may appear, affecting only a minority of users.
Whatever problems you have with SpreadsheetConverter, we will help you solve. Just describe your problem to our Help Desk and they will guide you through the process.
If you would like to try solving the problem on your own, read on for instructions.
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If your download doesn’t start correctly when you click on the download link, try the following:
Some corporate networks have “firewalls” that prevent you from downloading software. This usually affects all downloads regardless of the source. We suggest you retry the download from your home computer.
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Some of these products may sometimes issue a warning that they cannot guarantee that SpreadsheetConverter is a safe download. There are no known security vulnerabilities in SpreadsheetConverter, so you can safely approve the download.
SpreadsheetConverter needs Microsoft’s .Net 4.0.
The best way is to use Windows Update to get it:
If you want a minimum download, you can try this
Some anti-virus programs may interfere with the installation process, in which case you may have to disable the anti-virus program temporarily during the installation.
If you get messages saying that the installer verification failed during installation, your installation file may be incomplete. Try downloading the file again.
If you have problems using SpreadsheetConverter after installation, you may be using high macro security with Excel. In this case, use Excel’s Tools menu to navigate to Tools> Macro> Security and set the macro security to Medium. You may also have to explicitly “trust” all Excel macros from Framtidsforum.