For various users, removing Excel's main registry entry in Windows Registry solved the problem.Warning: All cautions about tampering with the registry apply!!

Click Start, Run and enter: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Excel.exe" /Regserver This generally fixes trouble with opening Excel files from the desktop or by (double)clicking them in Explorer. Try cleaning your TEMP folder: In Windows 95/98 and ME Delete all files in C:\Windows\Temp In Windows NT/2000/XP Find and Select C:\Documents and Settings\\local settings\temp and delete all files in there.

Check in Tools, Options, General tab whether "Ignore other applications" is set. Ignore other apps in Excel 2007/2010/2013 Ignore other apps in Excel 2003 and older NAV has shown to cause "Excel caused an invalid page fault in module VBE6. When a workbook contains controls from Excel's control toolbox temporary files are created in that folder.

If your error disappears, either an add-in or a (hidden) workbook that is loaded upon Excel's start bothers you.

Locate the offending file using the following steps: If your problem still persist, some COM addins are not shown in the userinterface and can only be unloaded from the registry.

Click the button near the bottom labeled "Disabled Items..." Disabled Items in Excel 2007/2010/2013 If the offending file is listed, select it and click Enable.

The file you just enabled may of course cause Excel to crash again, click here to find some pointers on how to open corrupt Excel files.

If this works, chances are that your toolbar customisation file is corrupt.

Locate all files with extension and rename the extension(s) to something like Now try and start Excel again.

When the export is done, right-click the entry in the tree again and choose Delete: Now restart Excel and see if that has helped.