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EE pros, I have a question concerning Microsoft Excel 2010 and specifically.XLSM files.  I cannot find an application that will run.XLM files on an Apple product i.e. iPad or iPhone. If I use office 365, can I run.XLSM files with macros on an iPad? Thank you in advance, B
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I don't think this is achievable according to Apple.

https://discussions.apple.com/thread/4836010
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Short answer is NO .. there is no support for EXCEL Macros on iOS so you cannot run XLSM on any iOS application whether it is Office365 for iOS or some of the alternative apps such as CloudOn, Numbers, EasyReader etc.

You can open XLSX files but not with macros.
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