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I wrote an XLL that works on any machine (i've tried a few) except it no longer works on my bosses' machine who installs whatever he wants. How can I isolate what is wrong with his machine? I am pretty sure there is nothing wrong with the code, but think he corrupted some files on his machine.
 
Yes, the program loads before crashing on code that works on simple textbook/example code for xlAddinManagerInfo that I've used for three years on several other machines without a problem.
Posted 4-Sep-12 2:23am
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If it loads before crashing, you may use DebugView[^] and OutputDebugString().
If it doesn't even load, try using a dependency viewer; you have DEPENDS.EXE in the Platform SDK tools.
 
Hope this helps,
 
Pablo.
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