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I've just downloaded the sample code, but when I try to open the files, Excel 2013 shows this message:
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We found a problem with some content in '***.xlsm'. Do you want us to try to recover as much as we can?
If you trust the source of this workbook, click yes.
When I click yes, the VBA file is removed.
When I click "Yes", then the next message is
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The workbook cannot be opened or repaired by Microsoft Excel because it is corrupt.
I've added the folder containing the download files to the Trusted Locations, completely disabled trusted view and also tried to run Excel 2013 as Administrator - nothing helps.
Any ideas?
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update: I've also tried on another PC where Excel 2010 is installed
it shows the following error-message when I try to open a file (e.g. "Loops.xlsm" from chapter 1):
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'Loops.xlsm' cannot be opened because it was last saved using a Beta version of Excel which is no longer supported. To open the file, first use a supported version of Excel to save the file, and then try again.


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