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I have Office 2010 and I need to look at an Excel 2013 file.  How do I do this?  Excel 2010 tells me it is a corrupt file and cannot open it.  Is there a technique that will allow me to view newer spreadsheets in older versions?

  • Open them in google docs if you have it available. Just open docs.google.com and import your file – fernando.reyes Apr 26 '17 at 17:59
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    The file formats did not change between Office 2010 and Office 2013; we have a mixed environment, and when either version has reported a file as being corrupt, it has truly been corrupt - never an issue of version mismatch. – Jeff Zeitlin Apr 26 '17 at 18:06
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Yes, GoogleDocs. Upload it and open it, then save it as usual.

Is the file in good condition? Like, Are you really sure that the file is not corrupt?

  • If you require clarification, you should submit your questions, as a comment not part of your answer. Comments and your own questions to clarify the question should never be submitted as an answer. – Ramhound Apr 26 '17 at 19:16
  • I delivered what the user asked, and app that does what is needed to do. Then asked is the file is in good condition, why is this asking for clarification? – dmb Apr 26 '17 at 19:19
  • Yes, GoogleDocs. Upload it and open it, then save it as usual. Is the file in good condition? Like, Are you really sure that the file is not corrupt?. Who are these questions directed towards if not the author to clarify their question? – Ramhound Apr 27 '17 at 0:01

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