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July 3, 2010

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I'm not sure what the issue is here. I have been able to download it on my PC using Chrome and my iPad using Safari. A friend was able to open it in Firefox on a mac. I haven't made any changes to the calculator. Is anyone else having a problem downloading the file?

17 comments:

Adrienne said...

Win7/Chrome and Linux Mint 8/Chrome working fine here.

GinkgoKnits said...

Works just fine on my macbook -- using Safari too. Just a fluke?

Mary said...

I just tried Windows Vista/IE8 and it worked fine.

yardsailor said...

I just tried it using firefox and it said I did not have permission and had to change the password, blah blah.

Heather said...

Win 7, FireFox, Open Office, works great!

Sarah said...

Works fine for me on Vista

Vicki Knitorious said...

Is she saying that she can't download it or that it isn't working -- did something get screwed up in the formulas?

Norah said...

Just downloaded it from both Firefox and IE in Win7, and the calculator works fine too.

Pandora's Box of FIber said...

Able to open in Firefox/Win XP, but it will not function.

When opened in Google Chrome, Win XP, functions just fine.

Denise said...

Worked fine for me (Windows XP, Firefox, Excel 2003).

Stellasmydog said...

when I downloaded it wanted to open with Adobe as a pdf. I had to tell it to open in xcel and then it worked fine. Windows 7 and firefox.

Walden said...

Used Firefox and it worked fine.

arguchik said...

Worked fine using Firefox on my MacBook Pro--both browser and OS are fully up-to-date.

Also: thank you! I did not know this existed and I can already tell it will come in *really* handy.

Beverly (db81971) said...

works fine in chrome and IE here

Teresa C said...

So, I can always download it, but I don't have excel and even though I was told that Apple made it possible to use excel stuff in numbers, it never actually works. My kids have excel on their Macbooks and I use the calculator on theirs.

Rae said...

Just downloaded it with the newest version of Firefox & win XP. It opened and ran find in Excel 2007

Lisa R-R said...

Using Safari on a Mac. At first I had some kind of warning about a password, but I just ignored it and typed in my total number of rows in the yellow box.
It worked perfectly.
Thanks again for working this out for us!