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Excel

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Please note that when downloading certain Excel files you may be prompted to ‘update links’ to the file – please key ‘NO’ for this option. If you are asked whether the file ‘is from a trusted source’ please key ‘YES’ to open the file.

PowerPoint

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Zip

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RTF (Rich Text Format)

A RTF file is a format that lets you exchange text files between different word processors in different operating systems, for example,a document created in Word 97 on Windows 95, saved as an RTF file, can be opened using WordPerfect 6.0 on Windows.

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