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How know if an Excel file is damaged.

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Hello I have an Excel document that many times give me and error.

I open it from SharePoint and when i try to save I get the error "document not saved" and It ask me to save it without format, and I can save it without format.

I need to know if there is any tool to check the integrity od the Excel document.

The excel versión es 2007, and the document is XLSX.

Thanks.
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Try the built in "Detect and Repair" function - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/924614
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