I import a lot of external data into Excel, which using Excel 2003 SP3 on Win XP SP3 worked fine. I did have to change the file origin from Windows ANSI to 65001:Unicode (UTF-8) to remove any unwanted characters.
When I import using Excel 2003 SP3 on Windows 7 and select 65001:Unicode (UTF-8) as the file origin I see black squares with question marks in.
Any ideas what's causing this?
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