Formatting a spreadsheet to work with older versions of Excel and/or Google Spread Sheets.

Anduhrew

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Hey guys, I just wanted to ask if I'm doing something wrong with this; https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc...WE5c3Y3ZXZXRk5sNDBOQnc&hl=en&authkey=COzsvZsM

It works well in 2007, and even on a HTML viewer, however if someone in an older version of excel wants to open it, or if I need to use Google Spreadsheets to open it, it displays errors where I have some complex formula. Is there some other formula I can use to replace the ones causing the errors? Or am I out of luck on it, and there's nothing that can be done? Any help with this would be awesome.
 

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