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Old 10-16-2020, 02:33 PM
historyguy historyguy is offline Excel and IOS Catalina Mac OS X Excel and IOS Catalina Office 2016 for Mac
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I am running Microsoft Office 2017 (15.34) on a MAC desktop. I just upgraded to Ios Catalina.



Although I was told my version of Office would work "fine", I have problems with ExCel. For whatever reason, files ending in ".xlsx" are unreadable (eg., some data is reversed or upside down, etc.). My main file has over 100,000 rows. I have had to divide it into two separate files and save as ".xls".

Is there a fix or would Office 2019 work well with Catalina?

Thanks in advance
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Old 10-17-2020, 11:14 AM
Purfleet Purfleet is offline Excel and IOS Catalina Windows 10 Excel and IOS Catalina Office 2019
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No idea i am afraid - i am strictly windows i am afraid. have you tried open office before you pay more for somthing that might not work? Or Google sheets?
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