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I found I got a smilar error copying when trying to compile using version 10.4.1 person found this helpful
I searched the history of this forum and found a similar issue in the link below
Try to close all the documents, Word and/or Excel, and then close OPM.
Then reopen OPM and try compiling again.
Edited by: 941611 on Aug 20, 2012 11:10 AM
I found this in another link showing where to check that Oracle Policy Modeling Add-in is available.
For Office 2003 I found the add-Ins under Tools-Add-Ins
Take a look at the Installation Guide for Oracle Policy Modeling 10.3.1. There is a topic at the bottom that has some steps that might be relevant for your situation. For convenience I've copied some of the details:
The following is a possible workaround that will enable you to manually activate the Oracle Policy
Modeling AddIn for Excel:
1) Open the Excel document outside Oracle Policy Modeling.
2) Select Excel Options from the Office Menu (circle at top left). Select Add-Ins, then find
Manage: Excel Add-Ins, and click on Go...
3) Place a tick in the Oracle Policy Modeling Excel 2007 check box (if it is already ticked, try unticking,
clicking OK, and ticking it again).
4) Click on the OK button.
5) Try opening the workbook again in Oracle Policy Modeling.
If the Oracle Policy Modeling AddIn for Excel does not appear in step 3, you should be able to locate
it in the templates directory of the Oracle Policy Modeling installation. The default location is:
C:\Program Files\Oracle\Policy Modeling\templates\Oracle Policy Modeling Excel 2007.xlam
Edited by: 941611 on Aug 20, 2012 11:32 AM
Edited by: 941611 on Aug 20, 2012 11:37 AM
Thank you. I was watching that thread, but that wasn't the reason. The problem is resolved now. Add-in works!
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Edited by: Naveen Mathew on Aug 20, 2012 8:55 PM
Awesome, can you state what the reason was that caused the add-in problem.