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    I keep hearing talk about a game that's supposedly hidden in all Microsoft Office programs. Does anyone know how to find and get them?

    [ This Message was edited by: Audiojoe on 2002-03-13 08:14 ]

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    Yup, Excel 95 and 97 have the best ones I guess. The best place to look for these Easter Eggs (as they're called) is:

    http://www.eeggs.com

    Excel 2000 has a crap Easter Egg. Many people complain about these hidden games. The best game is the "Spy Hunter" game that is a combo of XL2000 and IE5 I believe. Have a look at that one. I do recommend it.

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    Superb, I have pinball!

    Oh sh*t, I've been sacked!

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    So what is the internite direct address for getting Pinball on Excel 97 only I can't find it !!!

    Or coudl you tell me how to do it?

    Cheers

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    All of the instructions are on the site listed above.

    But, here is their page on Excel: http://www.eeggs.com/tree/279.html

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    No Pinball for Excel 97 !!!

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    Helen, pinball isn't in Excel. It's in Word 97. Here are the instructions.

    Excel has the flight simulator.
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