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    Actually, I was thinking ´bout that before, too, for there doesn´t seem to be any logics inflicted with this... It works on 97, but not on 2000... Jesus, as if I hadn´t different things to do... ;-(

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    your post sounds very like what i have said above, but i except im wrong if yoyu have knowledge of bianry compositions to Microsoft Excel file structures and how blank areas are assigned to defaut 010101010 machine codes and the way data is compress over 11011011011 etc .

    can i request you share...

    as i have never worked out why compression works so well on small file and large file but not in med size files....

    ?????????????????????

    Please advise me!
    does this allowance for structre allow for curuption and tge reset via hyaerarchie allow omition to errors thus render the file to be opened and useable...



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    `Morning!

    AH, who said I have binary knowledge...? I am not an office Pro, I just make computers work in a network (or try to, anyway...). All I do is make excel sheets for users, if they beg enough...
    So I happily welcome any more ideas, no matter how abstract...

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    This is just an idea, not neccesarily the best idea, but try it. I have had luck when I've run into access violations on NT.
    On a machine running O 2000.
    Copy the naughty file into a new workbook, save it as 95 to 2000 format, if all is well on the troubled machine, save it as a 2000 workbook.
    Tom

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