1. How can I disable Pop-up Excel Calendar?
To disable the program temporarily, in Excel 2000/XP/2003 push thebutton on the toolbar, or in Excel 2007/2010 push the button in the ribbon group. Click the same button again to enable it.
2. How can I hide/display the Pop-up Excel Calendar toolbar in Excel 2000/XP/2003?
To display the toolbar when it is invisible, choose Excel menu-> -> , and make sure " " is checked. To hide the toolbar, click the same menu item again and make sure it is not checked.
3. Does Pop-up Excel Calendar work in split mode?
Yes Pop-up Excel Calendar works for split worksheets.
4. Does Pop-up Excel Calendar work in frozen mode?
Yes Pop-up Excel Calendar works for frozen worksheets.
5. Does Pop-up Excel Calendar work when zoom is not 100%?
Yes Pop-up Excel Calendar works even if the zoom is not 100%.
6. The in-cell icon button does not appear when it is supposed to do.
The in-cell icon button won't appear if:
- The target cell contains a formula.
- The target cell is locked and the worksheet is protected.
7. The calendar or date picker does not pop up. Even clicking on the toolbar or ribbon buttons does not work.
- The date picker (Pop-up Excel Calendar) might be disabled. To find this out in Excel 2000/XP/2003:
- Click Excel menu -> -> .
- If " " is listed in the box, then select it and click the button.
- You need to restart Excel to start .
In Excel 2007/2010:
- In Excel 2007 click button -> ; In Excel 2010 click and then .
- Click on the left command bar.
- Is listed in the section? If not, you should install first.
- Choose from the list. Click .
- If is listed as a disabled item, enable it by clicking the button.
- Restart Excel.
- The program might be corrupt.
The program files could be corrupt because of a virus or other threatening program. You can verify the digital signature of the program files to quickly find out if they are intact. To do this:
- Right-click , choose .
- Open the tab.
- Click to select or digital signature and then click .
- The dialog box should display a message " ". If you don't see this message, the file you are verifying is corrupt.
If you find the file is corrupt, the first thing you need to do is to install a virus scanner and then scan your whole system completely. Once you are sure that your system is clean, then re-download and install.
- A hidden instance of Microsoft Excel is running in the background.
Microsoft Excel does not exit properly and there is still a hidden instance running in the background. Try to reboot Windows to make the system clean.