Run-time Error 1004: How to Fix Excel’s Most Common Problem

Do you get the run-time error 1004 when you’re using Excel? If so, don’t worry – you’re not alone. This is one of the most common errors that people experience with Excel, and it can be caused by a variety of different things. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what causes the error and how to fix it. We’ll also provide a few tips to help you avoid getting the error in the first place.

What does Excel 1004 execution error mean?

The Excel 1004 error is that annoying runtime error that occurs, especially when you are working with an Excel file. Or when you try to create a macro in an Excel document, which results in you not being able to do anything in the workbook. This error can cause serious problems when working with Visual Basic applications and cause your program or system to crash or, in some cases, hang for a while. This error occurs in all versions of MS Excel. read more

How to Troubleshoot Runtime Error 91 on Windows PC

Have you encountered the Microsoft Visual Basic error “Runtime error ’91’: Object variable or With block variable not set” when you open a SOLIDWORKS file? Or when you create a new SOLIDWORKS macro and see that message appear when you run it?

Fortunately for you, this is a very common VB error, and it’s not very difficult to determine where the problem lies.

What causes runtime errors 91?

The reason why the pop-up window with the message “Runtime Error 91: Object variable or with block variable not set” appears is because the DCOMCnfg.exe file may be corrupted. The DCOMCnfg.exe file is commonly used to configure permissions and set security settings on a system. If there is a problem with this file, your system will not be able to load the files needed to start up, and a runtime error 91 will be displayed. read more