The think-cell add-in suddenly disappeared in PowerPoint or Excel.
In many cases, this is caused by a previous crash of Microsoft Office.
Start PowerPoint [Excel].
Click on the Office Button →
PowerPoint Options [Excel Options] → Add-Ins
Office 2010 and later:
Click on File → Options
The think-cell COM Add-in
has to be available in the Active Application Add-ins list of both PowerPoint and Excel.
If this is the case, please refer to KB0004 for other solutions.
In case think-cell is listed in another section, you can reactivate it:
Inactive Application Add-ins
Choose COM Add-ins in the Manage: dropdown box at the bottom of the dialog → Go…
Tick think-cell in the COM Add-ins dialog → OK.
Disabled Application Add-ins
Choose Disabled Items in the Manage: dropdown box at the bottom of the dialog → Go…
Select think-cell in the list of disabled items → Enable.
Note: In Excel the separate think-cell Excel Add-in may be listed in the Inactive Application Add-ins
list. This is ok as it will be loaded when needed.
Restart PowerPoint [Excel] and see if the problem is solved.
In case you are still experiencing any further issues afterwards, please contact our support team:
Please send us the think-cell log files. To do that, simply go to the
think-cell Tab on the Ribbon in PowerPoint and click
The log files will be attached automatically to a new email.
If this does not work, you can find the log files as explained below:
Open a new Windows Explorer window and type
into the address field and press Enter.
If you want to browse to these directories but cannot see them, they are
probably set to invisible. You can change that in Windows Explorer by checking:
Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Folder and search options →
Show hidden files and folders.
Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10:
Please send all files with the extension .log contained in this folder to our support team.
This may be any of the following files: