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Excel 2013 does not open a spreadsheet when double clicking on the file

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We recently upgraded our computers from Office 2007 to Office 2013 manually, then removed 2007. When double clicking on a spreadsheet, say on the desktop for instance, Excel the software opens but the page is blank. When opening the same document from within Excel, the file opens. Is there a fix so that we can double click on the file and have it open?
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See if this helps.  The problem seems to have happened before.

http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/685/t/69314.aspx
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