Excel xlsx file 2013

Excel xlsx file 2013

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Excel xlsx file 2013

How to open the damaged. XLSX file 2013? The Microsoft Excel "Open and Restore" function doesn't help.

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PCs are not reliable to use without backup copies.

Go get an old copy.

For the spammers, ALL file repair posts to those filerepair sites are automatically deleted now.

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I don't think there will be post spammers)

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It's a common problem.

The forums all over either have a spambot or moderators to clean them off. If you google excel file repair you can find them but I rarely see this work. Backups are crucial as we know the following.

You only lose what you don't backup.

And with backups being too easy from some memory stick to a file copy on dropbox or Google Drive, we don't have to lose a file today.

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