I have all my passwords saved to floppy so no-one can hack in and find them on my hard drive. I've just come to use the floppy and it wont open, I thought it might have been damaged but I tried another one and same result. This floppy was made on my old system 98SE with Access from Office 2000, my new system only came with MS Works so I assume this was why it wouldn't open. My Office CD is at my daughters, she wanted MS publisher which I dont use, so I installed Office 97 professional thinking that would work but no. Any ideas? or just wait for Office 2000 to be returned? Thanks TR
MS Works has a basic data-base program that is based on access, but I think you will need to change the ext. of your files while in access to be able to open them in work's data-base.
I know that you can do it the other way round with Excel. IE: files made in Works can be opened in Excel if the file ext. is altered to suite. Er! don't know if this is of much help to you but thought I would mention it. :o(
You still should be able to see the Directories and files on the floppy, if not then maybe the floppy is dead as Jester2k suggests. But if you can see the files you need your excel 2000 as your '97' will not read the file format is of your 2000 files.