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I received an email with an excel attachment. The excel spreadsheet contained one of those embedded games. I am running Windows Vista and Office 2007. I am not able to play this game. None of the links are active (I cannot click on "Play", etc). I've enabled macros but the problem persists. How do I get around this so that I can play the game?
Thnx for your help.
There will be a small tab on the game above which asks you to enable the content. click on the yellow box and ckick on enable content. you'll be able to play the game
Posted on May 07, 2009
You are better off not playing the game as they usually contain some form of malware.
To possibly infect yourself you by playing the game will need to change the security settings for macros in excel. This is usually located in the Tools menu. Set it for the least restrictive setting, but you have been warned, you will be infected with malware. If not with this game then in the near future.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
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a spreadsheet developed by Microsoft but is by no means the first spreadsheet.
The very first spreadsheet was developed
(or invented) by Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston called VisiCalc. VisiCalc was a
spreadsheet written to operate on the Apple II computer and was released
in 1979. The program was sold to Lotus who developed Lotus 123 from the
VisiCalc principle. Lotus 123 was released in 1983.
Excel, first released in 1987, is a
development of the early spreadsheets and therefore cannot strictly be
classified as an invention. Excel is far more powerful than VisiCalc but that
is also a result of development over the years that Microsoft have been working
on the product, and the increase in computing power.
Dan Bricklin and Bob Frankston never patented the product because software patents were almost unheard of in the 70s.
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Open the Microsoft Excel 2007 spreadsheet file on your computer that contains the blank cells that you want to merge.
Use your mouse to select the adjacent blank cells that you want to merge together. The cells you want to merge should then be highlighted in blue.
Click on the "Home" tab and then click on the "Merge and Center" option from the "Alignment" group. The blank cells will all be merged and centered.
Click on the arrow next to the "Merge and Center" option and then click on the "Merge Across" option if you don't want the blank cells centered.
Select the merged cells and then click on the "Merge and Center" button again at any time to split the cells.
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