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744 and 777 fuelplanners don't work with MS Works

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During this afternoon, I imported and tried to open up the great 744 and 777 fuelplanners from Rob Van Leest and David Ebeling respectively in the MS Works Spreadsheet that comes with MS Works Suite 2002. I'd used them in FS2000 and also FS2002 under Windows 98 on my old P3.I got a stream of interminable error messages from MS Works indicating that almost nothing was compatible between MS Works Spreadsheet and MS Excel which is the format these documents were originally in. Initially I was hopeful that I could convert from EXCEL to MS Works but MS Works has a lot of limitations in this regard.Has anybody been able to use these fuel planners in MS Works under Windows XP? What am I doing wrong or not doing?Appreciate posts, thanks!JSP.S. Thanks to those who responded earlier in a smaller thread when I didn't even know MS Works had a spreadsheet.

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Uwe:I should have mentioned, yeah somebody did bring this up but the viewer is coimpletely useless because it permits no entry of data at all and does not even permit you to scroll through the pages of the fuelplanner.Not to be a stick-in-the-mud about this, but....!JS

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Well, in another thread you said you own MS Office 2000. Why can't you just install it and stop cluttering up the forum with your personal issues?

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