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Exel 2007 not open in exel 2003

Ms exel 2007 file is not open in exel 2003

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This is because 2007 excel uses a different type of file. You may follow the directions at the link below on how to save files in 2007 excel so that you can open it in 2003


http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA100141071033.aspx

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