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Can't export data from ACT! 9 to Excel 2007

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I have a client that is using ACT! 9 and just upgraded Office from 2003 to 2007.  In the past he would hit an "Export to Excel" button to export the data he's looking at in ACT! and it open Excel and populate data...now since the upgrade the button is there but not available.
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ACT! 2007 (9.0) doesn't support Office 2007.

Office 2007 support was only added in ACT! 2008 (10.0) and 2009 (11.0)
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Kind of figured as much, just had to be sure though.
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