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Excel Automation with Excel 2003

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I have VB.Net code that opens Excel files (Password Protected) and imports
data from them. It works fine for all versions up to 2003 and has for over a
year. We have users updating to Office 2003 and the Excel automation breaks
on those
machines. Does coding to the earliest supported version of Excel not apply
once you get to 2003?

Jan 10 '06 #1
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I don´t think so, but could you ellaborate a bit about the specific break?
Some (minimal) code?

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I have VB.Net code that opens Excel files (Password Protected) and imports
data from them. It works fine for all versions up to 2003 and has for
over a
year. We have users updating to Office 2003 and the Excel automation
breaks
on those
machines. Does coding to the earliest supported version of Excel not
apply
once you get to 2003?

Jan 11 '06 #2

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