Default To 2003 Instead Of 2007 Beta Version

Oct 20, 2006

i installed office 2007 beta version on my computer (for testing)
together with the already existing office 2003.
now the default program of my excel files is excel
2007 beta version (not excel 2003).
can i change this behavior so that when i open an excel file the
default program would be excel 2003 instead of excel 2007
and whenever i want to open a file using excel 2007 i do
so by right clicking the file & choosing excel 2007 from the
open with list.

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