Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Converting an Existing Workbook
Did You Know?
You can add recently used documents to the File tab . Click the File
tab, click Options, click Advanced, select the Quickly Access This
Number Of Recent Workbooks check box, specify the number of work-
books you want to display, and then click OK.
You can change the number of recently opened files that appear on
the File tab. Click the File tab, click Options, click Advanced, change
the Show This Number Of Recent Workbooks list, and then click OK.
You can change the default file location of the Open dialog box. Click
the File tab, click Options, click Save, enter a new location in the De-
fault File Location box, and then click OK.
Converting an Existing Workbook
When you open a workbook from 97-2003, Excel 2013 goes into compatibility
mode—indicated on the title bar—where it disables new features that cannot be displayed
or converted well by previous versions. When you save a workbook, Excel 2013 saves
Excel 97-2003 files in their older format using compatibility mode. The workbook stays
in compatibility mode until you convert it to the Excel 2007-2013 file format. Excel 2007,
Excel 2010, and Excel 2013 use the same file format, so you don’t need to convert files
between them.
Convert an Excel 97-2003 to Excel 2013
Open the Excel 97-2003 workbook you want to convert to the Excel
2007-2013 file format.
The Excel 97-2003 workbook opens in compatibility mode.
Click the File tab, and then click Info .
Click Convert .
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