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How do I convert a Lotus 1-2-3 file to an Excel document?
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There appear to be two possible answers depending on whether a) you need to open a Lotus123 file using Excel or b) you have Lotus123 and need to make a spreadsheet openable with Excel. So each in tturn:

a) Send it to someone who has Lotus123 who can open it and resave it as an Excel file or

b) Use 'Save as' in Lotus123 and select the Excel spreadsheet format.

My guess is its a) that is your case so have a look in my profile for where to send it - as I have Lotus123 and Excel. However at home it's an old edition of Lotus123 so if it doesn't work you will need to wait until Monday by which time I will have forwarded it to work where we have a more recent edition of Lotus123 as well as Excel. Done it many times before so no problemo!

Hope that will help.
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What happened - have you solved the problem?
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