Re: Turning a xlf or spread sheet in to text
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No problem, Kay. It's only that when dealing with computers, you have to be accurate. Computers are literal beasties and if you ask for a file, for example, and you get one character wrong, it will say the file doesn't exist. That's why I mentioned it. It is sometimes hard to distinguish between S as in Siera and F as in foxtrot.
I have a problem hearing f or s, and I should have looked.
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The correct file extension is .xls, or in later versions of Office
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