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    With the advent of Excel 2007, we now have the ability to see lots of rows of data. Unfortunately, that data cannot be saved as a dbf file.

    Any good work-arounds out there?

    Thanks

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    Good evening

    I did a Google search and followed a number of links and they all seem to point to this add in

    http://thexlwiz.blogspot.com/

    Although I cannot vouch for it so you would use it at your own risk
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    [quote name='stevehocking' post='791875' date='02-Sep-2009 22:13']Good evening

    I did a Google search and followed a number of links and they all seem to point to this add in

    http://thexlwiz.blogspot.com/

    Although I cannot vouch for it so you would use it at your own risk[/quote]

    Thanks. I'll take a look at it.
    I also found out that OpenOffice Calc will import and export dbf files

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