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Excel macro (office 2003) preventing xp standby

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I've found a related post (http://www.geekstogo...03-t102409.html) about the problem of excel macros preventing the system to standby, but the solution of removing macros isn't really suitable for me. A single function (returning 1) in an empty workbook is enough to get the message instead of going standby. May anyone got some tips?

edit: I've even tried to disable my network interfaces, open the test xls, and as soon as I press the standby button, I've got the mesaage that the system cannot enter standby because an office document or coponent is opened from the network...

Edited by matyi, 28 September 2008 - 06:34 AM.

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