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Re: Creating Mailing Labels in MS Word 2000
It could be that the file you're using as a data source is too large, causing Windows to exceed the limits of your computer's RAM. Try extracting just the data you need from the spreadsheet into a MS Word 2000 table, and save that document as a separate Word document (your new data source).
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This tip is all about the compatibility issues between the Office 2000, Office XP, or Office 2003 with Office 2007. Because all programs in Office 2000, Office XP, or Office 2003 used the old file extensions for its different programs. For example Word 2000 saved files with extension .doc, Excel 2000 with .xls and PowerPoint 2000 with .ppt. but on the other Office 2007 used the new file extensions for its different programs. For example Word 2007 saved files with extension .docx, Excel 2007 with .xlsx and PowerPoint 2007 with .pptx. Now the problem is that when you will try to open Office 2007 files into Office 2000, Office XP, or Office 2003 you will not open the file due to compatibility issues between both office versions (before 2007 and after 2007). Microsoft provides a free compatibility pack to convert Office 2007 documents to the Office 2000, Office XP, or Office 2003 format. There are many third party free converter are available but here we are using Microsoft office compatibility pack.
Please follow the given link to download free Microsoft compatibility pack -
if you have excel 2007 you can save the file into excel 2003 compatibility
if you have excel 2003 need download compatibility pack from this page http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=941b3470-3ae9-4aee-8f43-c6bb74cd1466&displaylang=en install it and success!
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Apparently your Microsoft Office files have been deleted or damaged. Try System Restore first (Open Control Panel, click on 'Performance and Maintenance' then in the left column choose 'System Restore' and follow the directions for "Restore my computer to an earlier time"). If this doesn't help, you'll need to completely re-install Microsoft Office.
try to open the file from excel
Open excel 1st the locate your spreadsheet file from File Open menu.
if your still getting same problem try open using google docs, click this link http://docs.google.com
you need a gmail account to use this facility. (google docs is the counterpart of MS Office, its Free to use and web base)
Go to the following link http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/training/HA102262291033.aspx and look at the Excel course you would like to follow. I would also suggest that you obtain a Microsoft Step-by-Step manual to assist you with Excel. This manual will guide you through all the necessary aspects for your MOS Exam. You can write you exam at any Microsoft certified testing center in your area.
Hope this helps you in your venture and good luck.