It happens regardless of it being local or from a network share. However if I click in where a cell should be i can see the contents in the formula bar. Since the time I installed the office 365, I have experienced problems opening excel documents, including e-mail attachments, by simply clicking on file as I used before. I have deleted the Upload Center cache, uninstalling O365 and reinstalling to no avail. This issue is hard to explain but Excel opens to a white screen without grid lines. Wait for the process to complete, restart Windows and see if Word, Excel or other Office application work correctly.
There is supposed to be information in those cells. Press Win + R to open Run dialog; 2. My ribbon is greyed out it wont let me do anything. I then checked Word on the taskbar, saw the same file I just opened in the jumplist, clicked on that and it opened the file no problem. Does this issue only occur with.
So I did the repair, as you linked to, and then did the default switch to 2010. Hoping that you have a better solution. If however the problem still persists you can contact our 24×7 Support team for any help. I don't see the cells or anything. Advanced solutions to 'Excel Cannot Open the File. Probably won't make any difference, but may be worth a shot.
Type command into the Desktop Search box and then right-click on the Command Prompt menu entry and select the Run as Administrator item. Hi, Only thing I can think of is doing a repair of office, other people had had various issues since upgrade Right click Start Button and select Programs and Features Find Office and select it At the top you should now have a button labelled Change Click this and you should have an option to Repair See if that makes any difference Hi, Only thing I can think of is doing a repair of office, other people had had various issues since upgrade Right click Start Button and select Programs and Features Find Office and select it At the top you should now have a button labelled Change Click this and you should have an option to Repair See if that makes any differenceRepair did not work but I reinstalled and its working. I even installed excel previewer for mobile and confirmed that excel desktop was the app to open excel files but that did not help. Anyone seen this and have a fix? I will update with what I find. I'm having the same, or at least a similar, problem.
Open Excel File Using Open and Repair Feature Step 1. This is likely an account conflict in syncing or accessing. This issue only started after the last power outage so I am having a problem trying to pin down what changed to cause it. See our quick guide on how to get your. Select Next and follow the prompts. Redirecting Of Banned Users provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.
None of the settings mentioned in Excel - Options - Advanced made any difference either. If you choose to re-register the application, as Diane mentioned above, please note the space in the command. If i Open excel and then file- open, i can see everything fine. And you can see the formular bar has information from a random cell in it however the information is not hidden. Windows 7 and 10 operating systems. Method 2 Note: This method only works when you have turned on the AutoSave feature in Office Excel. Click Export and choose Change File Type.
Step 4: When you have chosen the app you want to use. All contents Copyright 1998-2018 by MrExcel Publishing. Sometimes because of broken not inherited permissions, or partial access to a site, users are able to edit in browser, but not in the client. I had this issue pop up last week on a Dell OptiPlex 3020 and just got a chance to sit down in front of it. I have used the repair function many times, uninstalled the previous version of Office -- no good. If i click the down arrow on the formula bar everything shows up.
Repair Corrupted System Files and Open Office in Repair Not Working Office Bad sectors may cause corrupted system files in Windows system, leading Office cannot work properly or other problems. Select ' Update 8 projects Application. Thank you Jakub The first thing I would do is go out to Windows Explorer and verify those two paths still exist, as they are written. I re-pinned Excel and it still came up with a list of 7 files pinned, so I unpinned them again, then also removed all other file links and unpinned Excel. I have installed the Excel 365 However, any file that I try to open it will not open an excel file. I discovered that when I resetted the format to one of the themes all records were showed.
Still have a question about Office? This works for some people, and worked for me in the past. Can you reproduce the same problem with Word? Create pivot tables then merge their data, long work, would take time, but still a possible solution. So it seems to be only and Excel issue. Here's something you could try: Open , in the Cleaner window that opens, in the Windows Tab, uncheck everything except Taskbar Jump Lists. Until recently the Word files have been correctly opening with 2016 by default.