As we all know MS Excel is a popular MS Office application used worldwide for storing user data in the form of spreadsheets. It is commonly used for storing, organizing and managing data in an effective manner. The application has become an essential part in all businesses, organizations, education sectors and for home purposes. An MS Excel sheet may contain different types of data such as text, tables, date formats, hyperlinks, formulas, numeric values, objects, graphs, OLE objects, macros, images, charts, clip art, flow charts, and so on.
While working with MS Excel .XLS, .XLA or .XLSX files, the files may get corrupt due to a number of reasons such as round tripping, virus attacks, availability of bad sectors on storage media, damaged file header structure, abrupt MS Excel closing due to power sabotage, crash of MS Office, sudden system shutdown while MS Excel is in use, incomplete download, etc. or accidentally deleted by pressing Shift + Delete key or file deleted from Recycle Bin.
Some of the error messages that a user may face while accessing damaged or corrupt MS Excel files are:
- “Cannot access read-only document ???.xls, access denied”
- “???.xls file format is not valid, file cannot be accessed”
- “Unable to read file”
- “The document is corrupt and cannot be opened”
- “Excel cannot open the file abc.xlsx because the file format or file extension is not valid”
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