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There should not be any reason why you cannot backup .xls files but, as you are having this issue due to a virus, I suggest you 'pack' all the excel files in a ZIP or RAR or 7zip file. This will decrease their size and will also copy to a CD. Once copied you can use the same program to 'unpack' the files. Note: Unlike the other two, 7zip is free and recommended.
I assume that you are using Windows back up. If you prefer then it would be easy to use 7zip to combine all the files of same type (or as you wish) to make handling easier and manually copy them to a CD. This way you can just unpack the files after a system restore. And of course you will not have to convert them to and fro (word <=> excel).
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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