I'm afraid of this message

January 28, 2018 at 08:03:13
Specs: Windows 8
All of my excel documents are stored on working pc. Something happened with one of it, I don't know the reason, but some days ago I opened it as usually and MS Excel viewed: Excel found unreadable content in Jaum2.xslx. After that during two days, I have been trying something, but nothing helped me.

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January 28, 2018 at 08:09:56
mmm... see if the information here is any help:

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#2
January 28, 2018 at 11:34:00
Try the backup copy of the file.

You do have backups of all your important documents, don't you?

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February 16, 2018 at 06:47:34
The most probable cause of encountering this error message is the corruption of complete Excel file or corruption of one or more object in this file.

Well nobody has posted one simple solution for the problem:

Try to open your '.xls' file by making it 'read-only'.

1.Click on the ‘Office button’ and select save for new document or save as for previously saved document.

2.Now click on the ‘Tools’ and select ‘General Options’

3.And finally click on the ‘read-only’ check-box to make document read-only

Open a new and blank '.xls' file and copy everything from the corrupt Excel file to this new file. Save this file and try to open it again.

If nothing works then Install the Visual Basic component in Office 2010.

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February 16, 2018 at 09:52:52
re: "Well nobody has posted one simple solution for the problem:"

Perhaps the word simple should be replaced with possible.

There is no guarantee that this solution will work. I have copied worksheets and the corruption was copied right along with everything else.

In addition, depending on the complexity of workbook layout (formatting, names ranges, structured references, etc.) even if the copy/paste does remove the corruption, the overall fix might not be "simple". There may be a lot of work to do to make the new workbook look and act like the original.

re: "If nothing works then Install the Visual Basic component in Office 2010."

Please explain how installing the Visual Basic component in Office 2010 will solve this issue.


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