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 Can you have Windows Excel 2003 and 2007 versions on the same computer?

Answer Yes, there should be no problems in having both of them. Just make sure that you have them installed into two separate directory paths (folders).I have installed this way on several computers with... Read More »
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Can I run Office 2003& 2007 on the same computer?

You can run Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007 on one computer, but Microsoft does not support this practice. However, Microsoft support tells you how to run two different programs on one computer, but... Read More »
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Is it possible to use Excel in its 2003 format if you have Microsoft Office 2007?

The basic Worksheets and Cells are the same in both versions, it is just the Menus, Tool Bars, and Ribbons that have changed to cause problems for everyone. And both versions are capable of using ... Read More »
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How do I convert read-only for Excel 2007 to Excel 2003 to make changes?

Save As An Earlier VersionOpen the read-only 2007 Excel sheet. Select the Microsoft Office button that is located at the very top left-hand corner, and looks like the Microsoft Office logo. From th... Read More »
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Access Denied When Saving From the Excel 2007 Format to Excel 2003?

Converting a file from Excel 2007 to Excel 2003 allows users with older spreadsheet software to view the content of the file. However, if the folder in which the Excel file is contained is set to "... Read More »
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