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Excel 07 deleting files

I want to delete all my files in my new version of Excel 07 and start again, to avoid all the popups telling me about difficulties in converting to/from old formats.
How can this be done, please?
R Wolsey

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    NotAQuitter May 11, 2010

    Can you give me more detail?

    Do you mean that when you use Excel 2007 to open an old file, that is, a file ending in .xls, it warns you of compatibility problems?

    Please give me one specific example. Also, tell me what you mean by "delete all...files...in Excel 07". Do you plan to redo all your work or do you just need help with conversions?



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