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Can i do my homework on microsoft excel 2003 and then open it at the school's excel 2007?

Can i do my homework on microsoft excel 2003 and then open it at the school's excel 2007? Topic: Home school link homework
July 20, 2019 / By Sage
Question: Basically my work is saved on excel 2007 at school but i will be using easilink from home to do the work.Firstly, will i be able to open the 2007 file into excel 2003 at home and secondly will i be able to save the 2003 file and be able to open it on 2007 excel at school.Confusing i know but i need to know.Help!
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Neve Neve | 8 days ago
You should install the (free) Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack (see source list for link) on your home PC. That will allow you to open and save Excel 2007 files from within Excel 2003 (it will also work with other Office programs). That way you can just use the 2007 files without any problems. Tim http://feeds.feedburner.com/ExcelBlog
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Neve Originally Answered: Can i do my homework on microsoft excel 2003 and then open it at the school's excel 2007?
You should install the (free) Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack (see source list for link) on your home PC. That will allow you to open and save Excel 2007 files from within Excel 2003 (it will also work with other Office programs). That way you can just use the 2007 files without any problems. Tim http://feeds.feedburner.com/ExcelBlog
Neve Originally Answered: Can i do my homework on microsoft excel 2003 and then open it at the school's excel 2007?
You will be able to open Excel 2007 in Excel 2003 as long as in Excel 2007, you don't use Save during saving, instead using Save as Excel 2003

Lynda Lynda
You will be able to open Excel 2007 in Excel 2003 as long as in Excel 2007, you don't use Save during saving, instead using Save as Excel 2003
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Kaylie Kaylie
when working on excel 2007 there should be a option 'save as' and then excel 2003 format. if u save in that format u will be able to open it both home and in school.
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Kaylie Originally Answered: Microsoft excel help?
This is a special equation for check number 101: =1500.50-C4+D4 I'm assuming that C4 is the withdrawl value of check 101. If its not change it to that cell. D4 is the deposit (but we know its a widthdrawl). For check 102 and after you can do this: =E4-C5+D5 Here we use the last balance number to add and subtract our balance. Since you will never have a check that both adds and subtracts on the same line this formula will work for both withdrawls and deposits. Change the cell number as needed: here E4 is assumed to be the balance of check 101 C5 is assumed to be the widthdrawl of the same row D5 is assumed to be the deposit of the same row. After you finish the formula for this cell you can copy the CELL [E5 I think] (not the formula) and highlight Check 103-123's balance column and paste it. It will automatically readjust its relative cells for you.

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