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My MAC excel crashes upon opening a doc that is 3megs

If I send the same things to some with a PC they can open it just fine

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  • Ren Feb 11, 2009

    the problem is that that doc won't open at all it crashes. this problem just started 2 hours ago. But when sent to some one with a PC version of excel it worksjust fine.

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If they can open it just fine, then what is the problem?
A form of a question would make answering much easyer:)

Im asuming you meants that they cant open it. Thats because Mac and Windows are two different O/S's and have different file formats. you will need to get some kind of compatibility software to view them back and forth depending on what it is your sending them.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

  • Chris Busch
    Chris Busch Feb 12, 2009

    Did you create the document on the Mac P.C. or did it come from someone with a Windows P.C.?



    What program originally created it?



    If it works on a Windows operating system program , then it probably wont work on a mac unless you some how convert it.



    You may be able to find a free one or you may have to purchase some software.



    Something like this: http://www.dataviz.com/products/maclinkp...

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