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How can I repair a corrupted file with tables?


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MollieButler

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I very often have to work with Excel of different versions, but this is the problem I face for the first time, so I hope for your help. Recently, I had to send important calculations to my engineer. But I could not do it because of a serious failure in the system. When I tried to open the file again, there was an error - Microsoft Excel has encountered a problem and needs to close. I tried to open the same file through another PC, but the problem did not resolve, it seems, the file is corrupted. If I can not restore the file before it is noticed at work, I will have problems.

 


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CalebFletcher

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A corrupt excel spreadsheet can be repaired by using Open and Repair technique. It is a built-in repair function that opens a corrupt excel file forcefully. 
1. Open MS Excel > press Ctrl+O > locate corrupt excel spreadsheet and select it.
2. Click on the arrow shown beside Open button > select Open and Repair.
It will take just a few seconds to be completed and selected file will be opened, if possible.

 

Or if you don't know where to find microsoft xls repair tool take a look at

 

https://support.offi...99-bd10ef4d61ab

https://www.techrepu...excel-workbook/

 

A corrupt excel spreadsheet can be repaired by using Open and Repair technique or excel fix tool

It is a built-in repair function that opens a corrupt excel file forcefully. 
1. 
Open MS Excel >
 press Ctrl+O > locate corrupt excel spreadsheet and select it.
2. Click on the arrow shown beside Open button > select Open and Repair.
It will take just a few seconds to be completed and selected file will be opened, if possible.

 

Edit by phillpower2: Link to third party software download removed.


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Thunderr

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I would suggest checking this page. You may find a solution here. Do not have very high hopes that you will fix it... (yes, I have a bad experience with Excel)

 

https://support.offi...CA-801DDCD4EA53


Edited by Thunderr, 23 April 2018 - 08:10 AM.

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Open MS Excel > press Ctrl+O > locate corrupt excel spreadsheet and select it.

Click on the arrow shown beside Open button > select Open and Repair.
It will take just a few seconds to be completed and selected file will be opened.

 

Edit by paws: direct link to software house removed


Edited by paws, 23 May 2018 - 08:17 AM.

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jack15

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Well, there are many solutions that works for you to repair corrupted Excel workbook that you can try one by one like

  • Run open and repair tool
  • Save the Excel file to another location and try opening the Excel file
  • Set the automatic calculation to manual as the workbook won’t be recalculated and may open.
  • Revert the workbook to last saved version
  • Try running the Microsoft office Tools
  • Or if nothing works then make use of the third party tool to repair and recover corrupt Excel file data.

To follow the complete steps in details visit the given resources:

http://www.excelforu...rrupt-file.html

http://www.repairmse...-excel-workbook

https://support.offi...ca-801ddcd4ea53


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