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Exporting a microsoft project cashflow report to exel: how can this be done?

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    Exporting a microsoft project cashflow report to exel to can manage this data.


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Was your report compiled on Microsoft Office. What is it's file type (suffix). Is it doc, rtf, txt what? I had to do this recently, so I am thinking here. Please send the info along.

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That might be too much for a spreadsheet to do. It's easy to set one up to show what you have on hand and what you took out. The links to certain projects, I would need more details about.

A better way to do it is to use Quickbooks. That way you have a history of who purchased a particular item as well as when you replenished it. Then you can generate a spreadsheet from Quickbooks as well. You can have your invoicing, receivables, and payables as well in one program.

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This is because 2007 excel uses a different type of file. You may follow the directions at the link below on how to save files in 2007 excel so that you can open it in 2003


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This is because 2007 excel uses a different type of file. You may follow the directions at the link below on how to save files in 2007 excel so that you can open it in 2003


http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA100141071033.aspx

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Dear Valanti,

This implies that basically the versions are causing the problem and there are compatibility issues with your program. I would suggest that you should copy the report files to a detachable media and transfer it to your new system because this is a one time process.

You can also install the same version on both PCs. You can also do following for tracking changes in documents:

  • In Word 2002 and 2003: Tools > Track Changes.
  • In Word 2000 and earlier versions: Tools > Track Changes > Highlight Changes. Tick Track Changes while editing.
If that was helpful, please press solved.

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