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#Name? in the feilds of Excel2007

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#1 cycle


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Posted 21 May 2009 - 08:10 AM

I had an Excel 2003 spreadsheet emailed to me when I open it most of the feilds have a #Name? in them. However, when I go to my other computer that has Excel 2003 on it, the feilds have the correct information in them. Not sure what the problem is please help.

Not that it matters but I believe the Excel2003 computer that originated the document has the compatibility pack on it. I also opened it on Excel2003 computer with the compatibility patch and then saved it as a Excel2007 worksheet. I then went to the Excel 2007 computer and opened it and had the same problem most cells have the #NAME? in them


Edited by cycle, 21 May 2009 - 12:52 PM.

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