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Access Excel File from Window Live

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I have a file created with Excel 2010 Starter that I need to share with someone on Windows Live.  The other person does not have Excel on her computer.  The way it reads on Microsoft.com this should be possible.  I have setup the account and loaded the file that I want to share.  To test I then got on a computer here at work that does not have Excel and tried to access it, but was unable to.  How is this process supposed to work and what might I be missing?
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You need to install Excel Viewer to be able to see the Excel Spreadsheet.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyId=1CD6ACF9-CE06-4E1C-8DCF-F33F669DBC3A&displaylang=en
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