Question about Microsoft Excel for PC
I have loaded the Office 2007 beta but elected to keep the 2003 versions. I just noticed that when I open a PPT (created previously with PPT 2003) with excel charts in PPT 2003 and adjust a number, I lose the scale and get a meaningless scale such as "-336" repeated for the whole scale. Also numbers copied from Excel 2003 that are formatted with commas such as "2,023,025" are only recognised as text. Sometimes when I try to edit the numbers by doubleclicking on the Chart it opens PPT 2007 and then I lose the Chart If I open the PPT presentation in PPT 2007 I start having formatting problems with the tables. Has anyone else had similar problems with Excel charts in PPT 2003 or 2007 after installing the beta. I have XP Pro SP2 and have replicated the problem on a Sony VAIO and a Fujitsu P1510. ihave just tried opening excel 2003 charts in excel 2007 the data is there but alll the chart sheets are blank
Have you tried uninstalling the beta, and possibly uninstalling and reinstalling your copy of Office 2003?
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