Filename cannot be accessed
I am using Excel 97 with Windows 98. I am able to open,
edit and save Word 97 and PowerPoint 97 documents.
However, everytime I try to open ANY Excel 97 document, I
receive a message stating, "Filename cannot be accessed.
the file may be read only or you may be trying to access
a read only location or the server the document is stored
on may not be responding." I then have to save it
locally and work on it there. However, if I put it back
on the network, the same issue exists. Any ideas?
One possible cause.......
Excel stores in Windows\Temp(win98) fold..."file.txt" cannot be accessed...
User has Excel 2002 with SP3 in Win 2k SP4 and all recent
patches. Within Excel user opens a text file (with comma
separated values) from any network drive (file server) and
gets an error message "file.txt" cannot be accessed. The
file maybe read only. etc..."She can however open these
text file in noted pad. User has full access rights to the
files. Some of the files are in her home drive and such
files were created by her. I tried to apply KB831959 but
it did not work. There is no problem if she does the same
on a file located in her local drives.
...Outlook .pst cannot be accessed
Starting today, I cannot download email (Office Outlook 2007/VISTA). I get
the message "Cannot start reminder service. Cannot show reminder. The message
interface has returned an unknown error. If this persists restart Outlook.
Cannot open item. Item may be damaged." I have shut down and restarted my
computer four times with no change. The Unread Items folder is gone along
with my contacts in the address book, and the calendar. And, I cannot move
messages to other folders. There is also a message saying "Receiving error
0x80040600." Does anyone know what the p...outlook.ost cannot be accessed
Anyone get an error like "outlook.ost cannot be accessed"?
It says I need to connect to the exchange Server at least
one to continue. I tried that at work and I get the same
error. I tried running scanost.exe per tech support and
Have you recreated your profile recently? Are you able to connect to the
Exchange server? If yes, then try creating a new .ost.
Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]
Post all replies to the group to keep the discussion intact. Due to the
Swen virus, all e-mails sent to my actual account will be deleted w/out
After searching google....OWA Cannot Be Accessed From Internet
I am writing in hope that some of you gurus out there have run into the same problem before. I just setup MS Exchange 2000 server on a MS Windows 2000 server, my internal and external email works fine as I can send and receive email to both internal network and the internet. My outlook web access works perfect in my internal network where users can login and get their mail via http. My problem is that when I am outside my network (i.e. when I am at home and try to check my work email using through my personal ISP outside my network), I get the message "The Page Cannot Be Displayed"...File cannot be accessed..... help please!!!
I'll be brief...
Trouble opening an xls file, error states "blah.xls cannot be accessed.File
may be read only........etc"
Have opened it OK with MS Works Spreadsheet and thought I'd cracked
it...however... although I can open 4 out of the 5 sheets contained within
the file, the 5th sheet will not open. The "a" drive is not able to read it
The disk was earlier in the "a" drive when the computer was re-booted.Could
this cause a problem? (please say no!)
From what you say I get the idea that the file is on a disk i..."cannot be accessed" error message
Excel attachments I send using Outlook cant be opened by others.
When people try to open attachment they get;
"cannot be accessed" error message
"This file is not in a recognizable format"
Do they own the same version of excel as you do (or even newer versions)?
If they own xl95 and you own xl97-xl2003, then xl95 won't open the file unless
you save that file in xl95 format (or xl95/xl97-xl2003 combination format).
xl97 through xl2003 should be able to share files without any problem.
> Excel attachments I send using Outlook cant be opened by...Database Utility Log cannot be accessed
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger)
Everytime I try to open a file in excel I get the same message 'Utility Database.log cannot be accessed. File maybe read-only, or you maybe trying to access a read-only location. Or, the server the document is stored on is not responding.' This message also appears when I try using powerpoint but word is ok.
Hmmm... No idea. Tell us a bit more about your computer...
When did you get it? Where did you get it? Are you the first user? Who
installed the software? Etc...
You are experiencing a serie..."file" cannot be accessed
Today when I tried to access a file (stored on a jump drive) I have
been using for several months to track my 401-K, I received the
"'file name' cannot be accessed. The file may be read-only, or you
may be trying to access a ready-only location. Or, the server the
document is stored on may not be responding."
This is the only excel file on the jump drive which is not accessible.
Any thoughts on how/if I can recover the information?
Can you use windows explorer and copy it to your local harddrive and open from
I would be reluctant to open..."file cannot be accessed"
had an excel file that had a crc error. used the recover command to
fix that, but now excel refuses to open the file saying that it is
possibly read only, which it isnt, or that it resides on a "read only
location" which it doesnt.
Is it on a floppy?
If so, try copying to HD then open from there If you cant copy, file is toast
"BILLEMERY" <EMERY_BILL@HOTMAIL.COM> wrote in message
: had an excel file that had a crc error. used the recover command to
: fix that, but now excel refuses to open the file saying th...Reporting Services cannot be accessed via internet
I had deployed a CRM 3.0 server on windows server 2003 SP1, while SQL Server
2005 and its reporting services are installed on a separated windows 2003
server. The CRM 3.0 server is assigned to one public ip and one private ip,
while the separated SQL related server is assigned to a privated ip only.
The CRM users can access MSCRM reporting server and CRM server within
intranet by using <crmservername>, ie http://crmserver . However, if the CRM
users use public ip to get into crm server, even they can access the crm
user main page, there will be an error when they click the &q...'outlook data file cannot be accessed.'
I am using the beta 2010 Office Outlook. When I try and receive or or send
I get the following error ''outlook data file cannot be accessed.'
..."cannot be accessed" error opening file on network
Using Office Excel 2003, I get the error message "filename.xls cannot be
accessed. The file may be read-only..." that is in the article 835234, but I
get it when I am trying to OPEN the file from a network location. I've tried
changing the properties on the network file. Any help on how to get the
network copy open?
Debra Dalgleish has a FAQ at:
That says to try this with files stored locally:
Q. All of a sudden a number of my Excel 2000 files have become "read-only".
A. Clear out c:\windows\temp directory ...send/receive error message: outlook data file cannot be accessed
After many problems with my pc, I had to reformat my harddrive. i
reinstalled Office 2010 Beta and now I can't send or receive email. it
worked for the first hour or so, but now I get the error message. I
researched on these forums for solutions and found some suggestions (delete
all data and .pst files, etc.) but none have fixed my problem. I have tried
creating a new data file from within Outlook and deleting all outlook data
and .pst files, but still it says it cant be accessed. now that I think of
it, all these problems may have started after I compacted my pst file...."cannot be accessed" error opening file on network server
With Office Excel 2003, I'm getting the standard "filename.xls' cannot be
accessed. The file may be read-only...." message that is listed in article
835234, but I am getting it when I am trying to OPEN the file from a network
location. Is there any way to bring up the existing network copy of the file?