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       Yes, there seems to be a problem somewhere, ... ... ...
          but where leads to many questions which seem un-answerable in
your query, so -
       Which version of LO do you have? - a conceptual or final edition?
          if conceptual, then update to latest, at least within that group.
       Where did you download your version of LO?
          if not from the LO site, then un-install your version &
re-install a clean version.
         [make sure you first back-up any files you've made with LO]
       Have you cleaned out the cache recently?
          if not, this may be the problem.

       Hoping this helps,

From: Eric Beversluis <>
Date: Thu, Feb 18, 2016 at 2:24 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Corrupt file warning
To: "" <>

Several times lately when I try to open a Calc file I get a warning; File
is corrupted and cannot be opened. Then Calc offers to try to recover the
file but warns that the data shouldn't be trusted.

At least once I let Calc recover it. All the data seemed fine.

Today I just closed out all the warnings and the file opened fine the next
time I tried it.

What's happening here?
Eric Beversluis <>

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