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i made a duplicate of my 2008 excel file and saved as 2009 and now I get a
message converting xlsm' file what does is mean?

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It is a MS Office 2007 Excel file extension. The 'm" simply means there is
a Macro or Code with the Worksheet.

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i made a duplicate of my 2008 excel file and saved as 2009 and now I get a
message converting xlsm' file what does is mean?

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As stated in your other thread!

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i made a duplicate of my 2008 excel file and saved as 2009 and now I get a
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