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Hi All,



I have a real head scratcher here. I have an Excel file which is running perfectly fine in all Excel versions up to 2013. I recently upgraded Windows 10 and Office 365. One particular file has some code that is not running as it did in other versions. I have tried to get it to work for days now, and am about ready to give up. Is it possible to open a file in compatibility mode, like in earlier versions of Windows? I haven't been able to find out how to do that either... Note that the file works correctly in other Windows 10 computers with Office 2013 installed...
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