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Default Opening an Office 2007 Excel file in Office 2003

I have Office 2003. A client sent an Excel file created with Office 2007 that
I cannot open using Office 2003. How do I sovle this problem without
purchasing Office 2007 and without contacting the client to save the file in
a differnet format?
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You can download this

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en



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I have Office 2003. A client sent an Excel file created with Office 2007
that
I cannot open using Office 2003. How do I sovle this problem without
purchasing Office 2007 and without contacting the client to save the file
in
a differnet format?
--
charlene stachura





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