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We are running Excel 2007 and 2003 on the same computer how do I set it to always start with Excel 2003 as the default instead of 2007?
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Right click on the file's you want to open and select "start with" and select 2003 and place a tick in the box to use this program always for this type of file.
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by:Joncarl
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I point to the correct location but it still trys to open with 2007
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Here are the steps - try this


1. Select any excel file and right click on it.
2. Select on Properties
3. Look for the option where it says - Open With.
4. Click on the Change button next to it.
5. In the next pop-up window, select Excel 2003 from the list.
6. Make sure to check off the "Always use...." textbox.
7. Click OK.

Try opening any excel files now and see what happens
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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