Open office spreedsheet to m-office Tags: Office Software Windows 7 Last response: July 21, 2012 11:16 PM in Windows 7 Share gamerxavier July 21, 2012 10:33:57 PM moved this forum didn't notice office section under software till now.... More about : open office spreedsheet office nhasian a b $ Windows 7 July 21, 2012 11:09:38 PM in open office you can save the file as a MS Office document so it can be opened by your coworkers. m 0 l gamerxavier July 21, 2012 11:16:30 PM yeah i try to save the spreadsheet as 2003 XML but it requires java runtime environment which i downloaded but it did not work. If i am missing something with java and need a certain version. plz post link m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedInstalled Apache_Open Office 4.1: won't run Forum SolvedCannot open desktop icons (except MS office programs) Forum Solvedmy folders cant open(microsoft office has got an error Forum SolvedHowto eliminate Apache open office files Forum SolvedCannot find correct file to open Microsoft Office 2010 Forum SolvedMicrosoft office won't open Forum Open office 4.1.1 Forum SolvedOffice 2013 can't open Word docs in My Documents folder Forum SolvedPrint from Open Office word document? Forum open office - pros and cons Forum SolvedSome documents not open ms office 2003 Forum open office .org 3.1 Forum SolvedIs there an alternative Office program to MS and Open Office? Forum SolvedI have Mindows 7 and Open Office - how do I read PDF files? Forum SolvedOpen Office Forum The application was unable to start correctly (0xc0000142).click OK to close the application when open Microsoft Office 2013 Forum Every time I try to open Microsoft home and office 2007, it states that It has to be setup on my computer? My program is Windo Forum Cannot find correct file to open Microsoft Office 2010 Forum Reinstall Office 10 How to open the file Forum Reinstall Office 10 How to open the file Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !