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3 Q & A posts tagged with HP

Apr 26

I want the output of my PHP to be opened in EXCEL or OpenOfficeSpreadsheet. How can I do it?

I have one PHP program which use mysql database. I want t the output to be opened in EXCEL/OpenOfficeSpreadsheet(in a separate window) when I click on a link provided. Any option to do it other than to save it as a CSV?The problem with CSV is that it opens as a single column and I have to use text to columns option to convert into columns. Thanks in advance.


CSV is Comma Separated Values

Means if you use values with comma as separator, Excel will open in in multiple columns

like this
"Value 1" , "Value2 " , "The long value of 3rd column"


Monday 4/26/2010 11:56:54 PM
Apr 15

Microsoft Office Excel has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.?

Frequently i get this type of Error Report when am using Microsoft Excel. What does this mean exactly? What is the problem? How to prevent this? After this message i could not able to open my file. Could anyone answer for this?


I faced that exact problem a month ago, it turns that because I have an HP as the default printer
Once I chose another one, this problem gone

Try it, that might be yours


Wednesday 4/15/2009 11:11:01 PM
Apr 6

How to print a chart in Excel 2007?

Help! I have an assignment due tomorrow where I had to make bar graphs in Excel 2007. The graphs are showing up perfectly in print preview, but the actual bars won't print. The X and Y axis and chart title prints only. I have a HP Officejet 6210. I have no idea what to do. Thanks!


You need to do these steps as they are the most popular reasons for problems like this

1- Clear history and cookies
2- Delete temporary internet files
Both 1 and 2 are in Internet options from Control panel
3- Delete "Temp" folder content (and not the folder), it is in your C: > documents and settings > YOURUSERNAME > Local settings > Temp, this will solve a lot of problems
4- Restart computer and try again

Do Step 3 if you are using WinXP, if you have VISTA, then step 3 would be
3- Delete "Temp" folder content (and not the folder), it is in your C: > Users > YOURUSERNAME > AppData > Temp, this will solve a lot of problems


Monday 4/6/2009 4:14:56 PM