There are two things that would be really annoying HELP file does not have index, doesn't work well for offline use.
The other is that Ctrl A doesn't work properly see shorcut keys (foobar) for a macro solution. As for myself I'm still on Excel 2000 have 128MB RAM I have upgraded to 512MB RAM (max for my laptop) and it has eliminated all paging problems and a macro that had to go through menus would have taken many hours not rips right through it, and don't have to take down other applications to run Excel.
A bad HP print driver install caused intermitent print problems and following an uninstall that had mapped but not removed a z: drive.
The non existant z: drive left behind interferred with Save As process in ANY Office Application (like in Excel 2003) reported by Huvants Tuneau in email 2005-04-06.
Example using XL2000, my 2.16MB file was saved as a 3.85MB file and took 45 seconds to save first time with Save As, and over one minute with subsequent Save.
The save time for this large file as a normal XL2000 file is 10 seconds. If you are saving as Microsoft Excel 97-2000 & 5.0/95 Workbook *you will see the following Microsoft Excel 5.0/7.0 saving on your status bar where you normally see Ready toward the end of the save then you are saving in multiple formats.
Dear valued customer, I have just updated Magic Submitter to version 2.20 The most important change there is that I have added socket submitting support to MS.
The socket submitting method works absolutely without Internet Explorer directly communicating with target site. That’s means that there will be much better submit success rate for sites I have transferred already to socket mode, 2. Account creating and submit speed increased up to 10 times So far I have managed to transfer 30 bookmarking sites mostly all RSS all Wordpress Blogs ELGG Blogs Next weeks I will transfer rest of sites to socket mode New MS should ask you to update database to version 57, please do it.Unwanted Task Pane comes up on right side when trying create a new file (#taskpane) There is a Registry change that did not work for me (Ron de Bruin, misc, 2003-06-17).Alternately Dave Peterson has four macros involved in adding another entry to the file menu to bring up the old menu (misc, 2004-07-14) Changes to later windows systems, and later Excel versions is invariably going to have much higher memory requirements, from others sounds like you should have 512MB RAM and turn off features.Look in HELP (F1) for “Disabled items” (Dave Peterson, programming, 2005-04-28) Startup Problems (Disabled files), Jan Karel Pieterse.Unspecific version problems with standard macros, with Event macros.Please also include your version of Excel and Operating system if you did not originally provide that information.