Microsoft Excel

  Bingalau 16:57 10 Jun 2006
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Is it possible to download Microsoft Excel from somewhere. I am using Windows XP Home Edition SP2. I know I have a spreadsheet in "Works" but have been told if I download Excel it is better??? But where do I get it from?
..Bingalau..

  Diodorus Siculus 16:59 10 Jun 2006

You can buy excel or download OpenOffice which is compatible

click here

  Bingalau 17:03 10 Jun 2006

Where do I buy Excel from, please? ..Bingalau..

  Diodorus Siculus 17:06 10 Jun 2006

Play.com (UK) : Microsoft Excel 2003 : PC Games - Free Delivery
click here


Excel 2003: Software Select Online Store
click here


Two options but it's not cheap!

Might be better to purchase MS Office if you can

  wee eddie 17:10 10 Jun 2006

It is no better unless you are a Power User.

The Spread Sheet in Works can do most everything that you can imagine.

  Bingalau 17:22 10 Jun 2006

Diodorus Siculus and Wee Eddie!
Thanks very much for that information. It's all that I need and I can now sit down and think about it! Many thanks for the prompt replies. Wonderful service on this site isn't it?
..Bingalau..

  Diodorus Siculus 17:25 10 Jun 2006

If you want the power of Excel, I'd suggest you give OpenOffice a shot - it is good.

If you don't fancy the download, email me and I can send it to you on CD via the post.

  Splodge 17:27 10 Jun 2006

Of course, Bingalau you can download
MS OFFICE PROF PLUS 2007 beta and get it free for the moment!

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