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I was using microsoft office for windows and saved my documents on a USB storage device.Now I went and bought myself a macbook pro which has excel.When I use the USB and open my documents I'm only able to read the files,I can't edit any of the documents.Does anyone have suggestions for me.I'm really lost as to what to do.
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You have 2 choices to enable NTFS full support on the Mac

Parragon NTFS (better support - costs $20
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MacFuse (open source and free)
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