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If you have Office 2003 that is not true, you can open the file directly. But you are correct, in versions older then 2003 you must save the file first.

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Yes, and only one of our users has Excel 2003, so it is better if we just "train" them to automatically save the file. Thanks - I really appreciate the code, I searched all over the microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb newsgroup for help, and the one person who responded said that it wasn't working 'cause I didn't have Excel loaded on my machine...I do, and the code from here is proof that it works! Thanks so very much!

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