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Browse other questions tagged windows-xp microsoft-office compatibility microsoft-office-2003 windows-2000 or ask your own question. his comment is here Add Cancel × Insert code Language Apache AppleScript Awk BASH Batchfile C C++ C# CSS ERB HTML Java JavaScript Lua ObjectiveC PHP Perl Text Powershell Python R Ruby Sass Scala SQL some discussion of it here http://www.excelforum.com/excel-general/395563-too-many-different-cell-formats.html and a link to a $40 tool that's an option.  I also know that there are a few different versions of the 2007 compatibility tool, I've found that I am not the only person with this problem. Open Xlsx File Online

Your next step would be to install any updates for Office 2003 that were released after SP3 was released.You can get those from Windows Update (from inside of Control Panel), but Now I need to create a current image of the system because there's no telling how long those updates will be available from Microsoft. · actions · 2014-Jun-13 12:50 pm · I know Silverlight is an application that I have always installed before I go check Windows Updates, which is probably why I've always seen that option.--Brian · actions · 2014-Jun-16 1:32 this contact form Further Google searches found another post where a user had this same issue which he solved by installing Silverlight.

Is it OK to install any of the Compatibility Pack Service Packs after installing version 1? –pacoverflow May 21 '14 at 6:44 I found your thread on the Technet Office 2016 Compatibility Pack but the command line is not doing any help. Lucky I found that post about installing Silverlight, or I'd still be searching for a solution. · actions · 2014-Jun-15 6:20 pm · plencnerbPremium Memberjoin:2000-09-25Carpentersville, IL

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Passwords in Excel for Mac and Word for Mac have a 15-character limit.

To configure or remove the existing version of this product, use Add/Remove programs on the Control Panel. Important: Some items that were created using new features in Office for Mac 2011 might behave differently when the document is saved in the file format used by Office 2004 for Mac TECHNOLOGY IN THIS DISCUSSION Microsoft Office 2007 Microsoft Excel Microsoft Office 2010 Join the Community! Office 2013 Compatibility Pack Thanks! –Cougar9000 Sep 12 at 19:58 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote If you have Excel 2003 and also installed Office Compatibility Pack, make sure that if you also

If you want to open the file in Office for Mac, ask the Windows-based author to adjust the password length. But I also need to nit-pick one part of your question as well. • You asked "Is there any way to convert Office 2003 to open e-mails from Office 2007?" Emails The sections below describe the file formats that you can use to share a Word document or template with people who use other versions of Word. navigate here Any other feedback?

Presentation You can share a PowerPoint presentation with people who use other versions of PowerPoint as follows. If you don't find your answer, head out to http://askleo.com/ask to ask your question. To share a template with someone using Operating system Save file in this format PowerPoint 2004 Mac OS PowerPoint 97-2004 Template (.pot) PowerPoint X Mac OS PowerPoint 97-2004 Template (.pot) PowerPoint If you work with both Office 2004 for Mac and Office for Mac 2011 for Mac, you can download a converter for Office 2004 so that you can open, edit, and

by Leo A. It's a fairly small, basic spreadsheet with numbers and sums. The other case could be that the install files for Office 2003 already had SP3 built-in to the it. If that gives you a usable file, then you should just make sure that all your Windows, Office, and Compatibility Pack items have the latest updates and you should be fine.

I get "The file is not in a recognizable format" when I try to open xlsx files. For more information about how to download the Open XML File Format Converter for Mac, visit the Downloads  area on the Microsoft Web site (www.microsoft.com/mac). It opened perfectly and I didn't see anything that looked like it would cause a problem. The error states this is because the file format or file extension is not valid, and I should verify that the file has not been corrupted and that the file extension

This is probably why the install of that failed first, until you installed Office 2003 SP3.So, you now have Office 2003 SP3 installed, as well as SP3 for the Microsoft Office By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy and to receive emails from Spiceworks. So, really just wondering what it shows there.It may be unlikely, but there is the chance that you may have already installed SP3.