Saving in Excel 2010


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Bobby

Hi,
When I do a SAVE in an EXCEL 2010 file with compatibility on and I want to close the file
by clicking the white X in the red square(top/right) Excel keep asking me if I want
to save (Yes/No/Cancel) the file again? How can I bypass this situation or do I have to live with it?
Thank's ahead.
 
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isabelle

hi Bobby,

this is because in a compatibility mode there is a loss of functionality,

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/e...cel-HA010342994.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HA010354241
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The file format of compatibility mode

In Compatibility Mode, any new or enhanced Excel 2010 features are not
available when you work in a workbook, which prevents the loss of data
and fidelity when the workbook is opened in an earlier version of Excel.
Also, instead of using the current file format (.xlsx), the workbook is
saved in Excel 97-2003 file format (.xls), a file format that can be
opened in an earlier version of Excel.

Compatibility mode is automatic

Unlike other Microsoft Office 2010 programs, such as Microsoft Word
2010, you cannot manually turn on Compatibility Mode in Excel, and you
do not have the option to include any new features when you work in a
workbook in Compatibility Mode.

Exit Compatibility mode

If you no longer want to work in Compatibility Mode, you can convert the
workbook to the current file format. For information, see Convert a
workbook to Excel 2010 file format.
 
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isabelle

the workbook not longer the same thing, even if it seems to be after save

isabelle

Le 2013-03-19 19:25, isabelle a écrit :
 

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