Upon opening large excel files the file opens then Excel immediately crashes. When I reopen Excel it shows the crashed file and asks if I want to open it ("Document Recovery-Excel has recovered the following files. Save the ones you wish to keep.") and I simply open that file from the recovery box and voila it opens.
Why do I think this is a Dropbox issue? Because if I take the file out of Dropbox and put it on my desktop and open it, it opens no problem--no crashing, no issues at all.
File is 19 MB in size. Excel 2016. Windows 10 Pro. File is .xlsx format. Running Dropbox 59.4.93 with files saved down onto my computer's drive.
Any thoughts? Help? Thank you in advance.
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