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*.pxl Pocket Excel Workbook compatibilty

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hi, i have a file in pocket Excel format (*.pxl) (from a WinCE handheld PC), and was wondering where I can get a file viewer/converter for it, because the file cannot be read in Excel 2000, nor can it be converted to a regular text file..

Any solution that does not require any more software to be bought is acceptable.

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by:IndyXIII
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Have a look at this tool. It is for CE2 but may convert your file. If all else fails e-mail the file to me and I can do it for you.

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by:system
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I downloaded this converter tool and the following error was displayed: "Filename.pxl cannot be converted because
there is no converter available for the file type. Some files may not require conversion. For more information, see the WindowsCE Services on-line help." [OK][CANCEL]

I don't think it worked because the file was transferred from my handheld to my PC via Microsoft's ActivSync which
converts all files it knows to convert automatically anyway.

If you have any other ideas, please send them to me because
I really need this file.
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by:jdaniels10
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You can find the file converter for CE v2.0 can be found at:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/resources/downloads/default.mspx?gssnb=1

This is a free download.

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