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myWorkbook.Date1904

Hey,

The property Date1904 doesn't work in MS Excel 2007.

Greetz

Koen

Hi Koen,

We will support the property for MS Excel 2007 .xlsx files soon.

Thank you.

Hi Koen,

Please try this fix.

We have supported this feature in xlsx files.

Simon,

sorry that my response is so late. My company had to reactivate the aspose license :-). The hotfix works fine.

Thx koen

Simon,

My *.xlsm file is workbook and worksheet protected and when i open my file, I get: "Cannot find central directory".

Thx Koen

Hi Koen,

Could you post your template .xlsm file here, we will check your issue.

Thank you.

Hi

password of the workbook and worksheet is feest70

Koen

Hi Koen,

Since your file is only workbook and worksheet protected, so we do not need the password while opening the file. You may simple use: "workbook.Open(@"F:\FileTemp\test+office+2007+okt+2008.xlsm", FileFormatType.Excel2007Xlsm);" to open this file. I tried to open/save the file with the attached version and it works fine.

And we will check whether the password is valid before we decrypt the file. BTW, we will need the password to open the file only when one sets the password for encrypting the file.

Thank you.

Thx, it works

The issues you have found earlier (filed as 6783) have been fixed in this update.


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