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Answered by Bryantk488 : Feb 17 2014 10:38 PM
Try to take a look at the "Backups Excel file" that saved by the MS Excel program. Go and open the Excel, then find "Tools">> "Option">>"Conventional and... full answer >
Answered by kylarogers : Feb 01 2014 05:41 AM
Excel Repair Toolbox is Microsoft Excel repair tool, checks the efficiency of on any computer in the local area network, resolving the damage of XLS documents
- supports worksheets in MS Excel format... full answer >
Answered by Michele Milesi : Mar 20 2012 11:15 PM
You may try to use Apache POI (poi.apache.org) that works both with XLS and XLSX formats.
You can create a new workbook with three sheets, then open each of the original excel files and append the re... full answer >
Answered by rachel.j : Mar 16 2011 01:44 PM
Thanks for writing us about this, and I'm sorry for the delay in responding. It looks like we're not distributing this book (and it's out of print), so that's why it can't be ... full answer >
Pressing a staggering number of keyboard shortcuts can trigger an equally staggering number of Office commands. The only problem arises when you discover that Microsoft has chosen something bizarre (l...