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assuming you have Excel sw on your PC. Assuming you are running XP. Assuming you can start your Excel and Open any excel file using File/Open within excel.
You must associate Excel file with Excel program in your Windows Explorer. Fastest way is Browse to any excel file with your Windows explorer (NOT IE) Right click and select Open with... Browse to find your Excel MSOffice program Select Use always to use this program OK
If you mean that you can open the Workbook and read the Worksheet - then all you have to do is select all and paste it to another Worksheet. This will allow for changes of formulas etc.
If you mean the whole Workbook - then I dunno.
In future, either use the same password for everything (easy to remember) or Protect the work with nothing entered into the password field (leave this blank). This last will protect the work from people who try to guess your password, but will be easy for you to remember - eg every password is left blank.
If you must use unique passwords, then keep a record of them somewhere other than on your computer.
Sorry I can't help with the "Workbook" solution - but somebody else out ther may be able to do so.
Have you tried a simple restart of Excel and/or your computer? That would be my 1st recommendation. If that doesn't work, make sure the font formatting for the cells is correct (this seems simple but could be overlooked perhaps). If that doesn't work you may try to repair/reinstall Excel (use the Office disc).
Let me know if you need additional help or if that doesn't work. Any additional information you can provide would be very helpful though.