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Old 06-17-2007, 05:26 PM   #9
Steve Rindsberg
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Office 2004 and Office 2003 and previous use the same file format, but there can be other x-platform issues. And I'm coming to the conclusion that the implementation of VBA in PPT 2004, at least, if not all of Office 2004, is riddled with odd, obscure but sometimes show-stopping bugs. I've gone back to 2001 for dev work.

There's supposed to be a converter for the new "XML" format so that Mac 2004 users can open the files from Office 2007; I'm not sure when it'll be available though. In the meanwhile, have Office 2007 users save as 97-2003 format before sending you files.

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