Sharepoint 2010 office 2007 issue

Posted on 2014-03-06
Last Modified: 2014-03-13
Hello, I was working with an Excel document from the SharePoint 2010 with my Windows 7 and office 2007 when there was a power outage.

Since this when I try to edit the Excel I get the warnning: "There is a newer versión in the server, Do you want to work with this?

If I rename this Excel and upload to SharePoint I get the same issue.

If I create a new Excel, upload and edit from SharePoint the same issue.

IF I try from another computer, Win8 with office 2013 it works fine.

If I try trom another computer Win7 with office 2007  it works fine.

Any idea?

Question by:limmontreefree
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by:Manjunath Sullad
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Can you just clarify, What extension of excel you are uploading ?

is it xls or xlsx ?

Try to save excel in xlsx format and upload.
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by:Justin Smith
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Is there a version of this file in your My Documents - SharePoint Drafts folder?

Author Comment

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It's an excel XLSX, and happen with all excell files in sharepoint not only with one.

It's like excel aplicattion was damaged...

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by:Manjunath Sullad
Manjunath Sullad earned 334 total points
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You can try reinstalling MS-office

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yes is an option, but some times office keep caches and neithet Works doing it.

Any other idea over clean office before reinstalling?

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Manjunath Sullad earned 334 total points
ID: 39909776
You can try disabling the add-ons -->  File --> Options --> Add-Ins

Run excel in safemode and check --> Start --> Run --> excel /s

Try repairing the Ms office package.

Author Comment

ID: 39925941
Finally was a Virus.

thanks for your ideas.

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