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cannot open excle file created from MS-Office 2007 but later saved in Open Office

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  1. manrojit

    manrojit Thread Starter

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    I had created a spreadsheet file in MS-Office 2007 with extensio (xls).After few day i formatted my computer and installed xp and then opend the same file using OpenOffice.I saved the changes but forgot to change the extension to xls.So after when i tried to open the file from MS-Office 2007,it tell
    "The file you are trying to open is in different form than specified by the file extension.Verify thtat the file is not corrupted and is from trusted source before opening the file.Do you wnat to open the file now?"
    And when i click ok...the spread sheet is blank..
    then i tried opening with OpenOffice but asks for text imports...but again the spreadsheet is blank...
    the size of the file is as before....
    Is there any solution..or it need a professionls to get the thing done.
    the file is very important for me...so pleas help me get the file...
    i will be glad to get the solution...
     
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    Unless it contained sensitive data, could you post the Calc file here so that we can take a look.
     
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