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    Default EXCEL FOR WINDOWS XP

    DOES ANYONE HAVE IT. oR IS THERE A WAY INSTALL EXCEL 97
    OR ANY OTHER VERSION
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    Default Re: EXCEL FOR WINDOWS XP

    You can purchase excel as a single program from your local computer supplier
    or as part of a package with office.

    Excel 97 should have no problems with windows xp. Just pop the cd in and
    install it.


    Ray Taylor
    [email]therayxtra.co.nz[/email]


    "RAY" <JOTBULAOL.COM> wrote in message
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    > DOES ANYONE HAVE IT. oR IS THERE A WAY INSTALL EXCEL 97
    > OR ANY OTHER VERSION

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    "RAY" <JOTBULAOL.COM> wrote in message
    news:05e501c34a8c$046a0640$a601280aphx.gbl...
    > DOES ANYONE HAVE IT.

    "It"? There is no special Excel for Windows XP. All versions of
    Excel, starting with Excel 95, work under Windows XP.

    > oR IS THERE A WAY INSTALL EXCEL 97
    > OR ANY OTHER VERSION

    No special way is needed. If you have Excel 97, simply install
    it.

    And by the way, please don't yell at us. We can hear you if you
    type normally.

    --
    Ken Blake
    Please reply to the newsgroup


    Ken Blake Guest

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    Default Re: EXCEL FOR WINDOWS XP

    If you simply need to view excel files then you can get a free viewer from
    here [url]http://www.microsoft.com/office/000/viewers.asp[/url]

    If you need spreadsheet software then you can purchase Excel as part of an
    Office Suite or as a stand-a-lone application. An alternative is to use Calc
    which is part of the free Open Office suite. It can open and save as Excel
    doents. It is a 50MB download though but well worth the investment if you
    don't have a few hundred dollars to shell out for the Microsoft equivalent
    [url]http://www.openoffice.org/product/[/url]

    --

    Harry Ohrn - MS MVP [Shell/User]
    [url]www.webtree.ca/windowsxp[/url]


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    > OR ANY OTHER VERSION

    Harry Ohrn Guest

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