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Opening previous Excel file with Excel 2007

Posted on 2011-09-06
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I need to open Excel 2007 and from the menu find the previous file I edited.

Can I do this with Excel 2007??


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by:peetjh
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You can open Excel then under File you should have Recent. However if you are talking about previous version of a file that is another animal.
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Click on the big round button in the top left corner and you should see a list of recent documents
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Thanks.
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by:newbieweb
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peetjh, I do not have "File"  in Excel 2007. In 2003, yes. Hence the question.
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