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Subscript Out of Range error when importing into Access 2007 from Excel.

Subscript Out of Range error when importing into Access 2007 from Excel.
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I have been importing Excel files for years. I recently upgraded to Access 2007 on a shared server (Windows Server 2003 R2, Service Pack 2) and now I can't import. Every time I get "Subscript out of Range" when I use the Import Wizard.

The file is correct with the correct field names and data. I have tried importing into different tables and always get this error. Ican try an .xls or an .xlsx file and neither work.

I have to paste the records in.
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