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need Excel and moneylink99

by majo9jjjmj / October 9, 2004 7:00 AM PDT

when i bought my computer it had these on it and i have updated. a computer specialist moved things around on my computer (he is in the States and i m in Mexico). need to use program and i do not want to buy new version. thanks for any help.
mary

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Re: need Excel and moneylink99
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 9, 2004 8:50 AM PDT

For Excel, I use the spreadsheet in Open Office. It's free for your use at http://www.openoffice.org

As to moneylink99, I don't know that one.

Bob

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Re: need Excel and moneylink99
by reefurbb / October 11, 2004 12:26 AM PDT

start>find>excel and see if there is any of it left in your PC. If there are results, right click>properties and see where it is located. If in program files, open the excel or office folder and see excel.exe or whatever brings up what you need.
search google for "monkey(space)link99. link99 is a game program with monkey as one of them.
Excel is a $$ software, alone or part of MS Office. You'd need the CD and code to re-install.
TOO BAD YOU HAD NOT BACKED UP THE HARD DRIVE!!!!

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