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I am developing an ASP application on a local machine with MS Office 2003 while the server we are testing it on has MS Office 2007.
In visual studio i have added a reference to Microsoft Excel 2003 Object library.

I am having some problems with ASP trying to open or save Excel files on the server. Could this be due to me not having the correct reference?
Is there any way to add the reference to Excel 2007 without installing Office 2007 on the local machine?

I really don't know what to do.. I am mostly having problems with Excel.FileForma t when saving.. It only works with FileFormat.xlXM Lspreadsheet..

Thanks in advance!!!

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