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cknichols

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Good morning,

For anyone who might know this. Years ago Microsoft use to enbed a game in their excel sheet. I found one once, but it took months. You would have to go to each cell and play with different keys. Has anyone heard of this before? If so do they still do that? Also, If you know of how to get to it could you pass it along?

Would appreciate it, thanks!~ Carole
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Vino Rosso

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Hi Carole

Is this what you're after? http://j-walk.com/ss...el/eastereg.htm
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cknichols

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Fantastic Vino, that's exactly what it is. I love this site, thanks so much~~

Carole
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Major Payne

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Here's a site with downloadable Excel games:
http://puremis.net/e...downloads.shtml Scroll down a bit.

Another one if you can get through the language barrier:
http://cgi30.plala.o...a/vba/acd.shtml

This is an Excel Game Library:

http://www.dzikosoft...el/library.html

Ron
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