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Caesar II - Getting locked trying Microsoft Word Reports

Caesar II - Getting locked trying Microsoft Word Reports

Caesar II - Getting locked trying Microsoft Word Reports

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Dear colleagues,
After years using a different Piping Stress program we are using Caesar II for Piping Stress again.

We are using version 5.10 with upgrade to 5.10 build 9.

When we try to get reports in the MSword the macro starts a infinite loop and get blocked. Something similar happens if we try to get the simple TXT report.

Please, if someone has faced a similar problem and have any suggestion let me know.

Regards,
Hansito

 

RE: Caesar II - Getting locked trying Microsoft Word Reports

You should send this issue directly to techsupport@coade.com, along with the job file you're working with.

(By the way, Version 5.10 only had 3 builds...)

Richard Ay
COADE, Inc.

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