save excel 2007 spreadsheet as a .wk1 file?

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    Fris Guest

    Is there a utility or a way to save an excel 2007 spreadsheet as a .wk1 file
    if I do not have excel 2003 or a previous version?
     
    Fris, Mar 31, 2008
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    Roger Govier Guest

    Hi

    Regrettably there is no option to do this in XL2007.

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    Roger Govier

    "Fris" <> wrote in message
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    > Is there a utility or a way to save an excel 2007 spreadsheet as a .wk1
    > file
    > if I do not have excel 2003 or a previous version?
     
    Roger Govier, Mar 31, 2008
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