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Old 03-24-2018, 01:49 PM
Joven Joven is offline Converting Lotus 123.wk4 files to Excel files Windows 7 64bit Converting Lotus 123.wk4 files to Excel files Office 2016
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I am not sure where to start. At present I run the Lotus program on Win 7 through a XP virtual window.
Each main program has several vlookup tables and a few macros for loading different sub files to main program.
I have been told I may have to install all of the sub programs and vlookup files as different pages with the one workbook. Do you think this is correct ?
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Could you be more explicit please? You talk about " main programs" and macros. Are they in Lotus or XL?
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