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converting excel 2007 files to dbase files

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I ned to save an excel file to a dbf format - using excel 2007
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can you not convert a csv using your dbf program?
http://www.dbfview.com/convert-xls-to-dbf.html
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Since MS took out the ability to save to DBF format from Excel 2007, your choices are:

1) convert to an intermediate format like csv, which a dBase program may be able to read, as mredfelix suggests
2) use a converter like DBFView, as the link in mredfelix's post provides
3) use an earlier version of Excel that has the compatibility pack allowing it to open .xlsx files
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