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  1. No offense taken! Yes, I'd selected HKCU. After thinking about it for a while longer, I tried the very test you suggested and came to the same conclusion that you did, so I opened Regedit and navigated to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Excel." As we both suspected, "Recent Files" didn't exist--after creating it, I was able to set the Registry exception in CCleaner. Strangely, this had happened after I had intentionally opened a file in Excel, closed Excel, then reopened Excel to confirm that the file was listed in the "File" menu (which it was). Even after all that, the "Recent Files" key didn't exist. Puzzling. Any way, the story has a happy ending--in my latest test, my Excel recent files were preserved! Thanks for the help, Disk4mat.
  2. Hmm...I'd like to give this a try, but curiously the "Add Registry" dialog's <OK> button stayed grayed out after I entered the string. Any thoughts on that, anyone?
  3. Yes--I unchecked all of the Windows Explorer items.
  4. I can't get v2.19.900 to stop clearing Excel 2003 recent docs, even though none of the "Recent Documents" boxes (in either the "Windows" or "Applications" panes) are checked. Word 2003 recent docs are left alone. I don't use Powerpoint, so I don't know which behavior it's exhibiting. Curiously, Office 2003 isn't listed in the "Applications" pane. That may be part of the problem, but I have no idea how to force Office 2003 (or the individual apps) to appear. Another forum newbie has reported the exact same problem in a recent update to an old thread: http://forum.piriform.com/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=134970
  5. Even after updating to 2.19.900, CCleaner still isn't cleaning Firefox cookies. It continues to clean IE 7 cookies just fine. FYI, I'm running FF v3.0.9 with the CS Lite v1.4 cookie-management add-on.
  6. Dennis, if it helps get things fixed, I've confirmed that it's Firefox cookies that aren't being cleaned--the IE cookies are getting cleaned out just fine.
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