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Dear sir, I don't have elcel programe in my computer but i got xls file by email and i need to open that file but i am not abeling to open that file. so how can i open that file. Please help me .

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Try opening it with Microsoft Excel

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Sir help me: im not able to open my excel files directly,i need to open of one sheet of excel before i open the files,please help me in my case... thanks and more power!!


There might be a problem with you file association for '.xls'.

You can check this from Windows Explorer, on the menu bar choose Tools >> Folder Options... >> then select the 'File Types' tab.
Look to see if Excel is the default program to open the '.xls' file. At the bottom portion of the window, it shows 'Details for...' and 'Opens with'. Just associate it with Excel.

**Note: This may not be possible if you are NOT the administrator of your PC system.

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I think I have a way for you to get this done. Open a.xls and then open b.xls. In b.xls, create a formula in any cell that you want to be updated based on the data in a.xls. For example, if you want cell A1 in b.xls to stay updated with the data from cell A1 in a.xls, your formula in A1 of b.xls would look as follows:
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You can also create such formulas by following these steps:
1) Open a.xls and then open b.xls.
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