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Default What does the exclamation point on my MS-Excel file icon mean?

I'm using Excel 2003 and Windows XP. When I save worksheet to my desktop, it
has a red exclamation point on it. What does this signify?

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Default What does the exclamation point on my MS-Excel file icon mean?

What is the file extension? Is it xlsm?

In Excel 2007 Red ! denotes that the workbook has macros in it and the
extension is xlsm.

I don't think you get Red ! in Excel 2003.

"JS Puskar" wrote:

I'm using Excel 2003 and Windows XP. When I save worksheet to my desktop, it
has a red exclamation point on it. What does this signify?



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