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I have a excel .xlsx file . when I put in a computer  with office 2007 it was unable to view. any way can make it to view. because the file have 70000 row of data, it cannot convert to .xls
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by:Saqib Husain, Syed
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Maybe there is something wrong with the installation of excel. Try reinstalling excel on it.

BTW what is the exactly problem?
Is there an error message or do you get a blank sheet or is it something else?
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by:Giovanni Heward
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Try opening it here. This link should resolve to your SkyDrive.
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Swapnil Nirmal earned 600 total points
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Try to open in google docs. whether its working?
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