spreadsheet file format conversion

  dogbreath1 21:20 10 Oct 04
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I am trying to use a Supercalc 5 spreadsheet file (.cal) in MS Excel, but I can't get it to load. Does anyone know whether this is possible or will I have to manually input the appropriate formulae into an Excel worksheet. Here's hoping.
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  VoG II 21:25 10 Oct 04

Unless you are prepared to pay click here I think this is going to be tedious :o(

  dogbreath1 21:32 10 Oct 04

Many thanks VoG, I don't mind paying and your help is much appreciated.
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  dogbreath1 21:10 11 Oct 04

I've had a bit of an afterthought!! Is anybody aware of a version of Supercalc which will run in Windows XP? I'd be quite happy continuing to use .cal files if I didn't have to run Supercalc in Dos!!
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