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Problem with SharePoint - download & edit excel file

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I couldn’t edit the excel file from SharePoint and got an error message, saying “Edit document requires a Windows SharePoint service compatible application & Microsoft IE 6.0 or greater”
I'm using IE Version 8.0.

Your kind help is highly appreciated,

Best Regardsm
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Have you seen this article?

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833714
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No actually, i will try it and will let you know

Thanks chief
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Any luck?
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