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How do i export data from excell to myob i have the 2003 microsof

I'm trying to export financial data from excell to myob

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Hello,
You are going to do the opposite.
Not exporting from excell to myob but to import data of excell from myob)
You might need to save your excell data as an older office 2000 or office 97 version or even comma or tab sepperated file so myob could read it, it depends on your myob version and if it possible.
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