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Why I am receiving "Excel File Corrupted" with Windows 10?


blyons26

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Sorry for all the questions, just need to get a clear picture.

 

1 - Are you getting errors for ALL excel files you try to open?

2 - When are you getting the error?

3- Are the files stored in a OneDrive or Dropbox folder?

4 - If you create new excel files, are you able to open and edit etc? No corruption?

5 - Any chance you can send someone the files and see if they can edit?

 

Thnx

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I have the same problem as you. When I try to open Word or Excel file received by email or from my drive located on my server i receive this message: Impossible d'ouvrir le fichier. Le fichier est corrompu (Unable to open file. The file is corrupted).

 

To ''solve'' the problem I need to put the file needed on my desktop before opening it.

 

It is like Windows 10 block the opening of this kind of file when they come from an external source.

 

Thanks!

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Here is the solution!

 

Try the following steps:

 

1. Open Excel 2010 (or 2013 etc...)

2. Click on File > Options.

3. Select Trust Center > Trust center settings.

4. Select Protected view.

5. Uncheck all the options under Protected View > OK.

6. Restart Excel 2010 and try to open Excel documents.

 

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... d6f?auth=1

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  • 2 weeks later...
Here is the solution!

 

Try the following steps:

 

1. Open Excel 2010 (or 2013 etc...)

2. Click on File > Options.

3. Select Trust Center > Trust center settings.

4. Select Protected view.

5. Uncheck all the options under Protected View > OK.

6. Restart Excel 2010 and try to open Excel documents.

 

Great follow-up Cangivas - Thanks for the assist!

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