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Excel Pluggin for Unix

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I'm trying to find an Excel pluggin for Unix for web applications.
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Hi,
        well,I don't know about such a plug-in, but If you need to read Excel files on Unix box, you can try to install StarOfiice 4.0 from www.stardivision.com for Linux.

Regards
           Radovan
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