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    IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    Is it just me or do others get the attached error on Internet Explorer when on ExcelForum.com.

    I don't get it when browsing other sites... that I have noticed.
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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    I'm using IE6 and do not get any error messages

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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    I do not get a error when using IE7 to perform that search id.
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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    I'm using IE7 - no problems, can't say I've ever seen that message before anyway.
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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    me too ie7 ok
    (but after i opened your image, i foolishly kept clicking the ok button to see what happened next . DOH!)

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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    Thanks guys,

    I too am on IE7... strange that I don't see it elsewhere though.

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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    Quote Originally Posted by NBVC View Post
    Thanks guys,

    I too am on IE7... strange that I don't see it elsewhere though.
    Guys, you will find FireFox faster and more reliable for viewing the forum....well at least i have found that!
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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    I actually do use Firefox at Work...but not yet at home... been too lazy to make the switch, I guess... ;<

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    Re: IE error when browsing ExcelForum.com

    Chrome is normally faster still
    (multi threads... ie each tab represents entirely separate process).

    I say normally as I'm finding forum performance very slow at present...

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