How to Open an Excel .did File When You Encounter an Error Message

Do you ever come across an Excel issue where the file format or file extension is not valid? If yes, then you are in the right place. In this quick tutorial, we will guide you on how to open an Excel .did file when you encounter this error message.

First and foremost, you need to make sure that you can access the file location. To do this, just right-click on the file itself and select the “properties” option. Make sure that the “opens with” option is selected to Excel and the type of file should be XLSX or something similar to that extent. This will ensure that it is an Excel file and the correct file type.

If you are still encountering the error message, then you need to take a few more steps. Right-click on the file itself and select the “properties” option again. Then select the “security” tab and click on the “edit” option next to the “change permissions” option.

Now, select the “add” button and enter the object names to select. You want to click on the “advanced” button and then select “find now”. Scroll down to “everyone” and click on it one time. Then click “ok”. Select the “full control” option and checkmark inside the allow box. Select “apply” and then “ok”.

Next, select the “everyone” option again and make sure everything is checkmarked under “allow”. Again, select the “advanced” button and then select “edit”. Make sure everything is checkmarked under “full control” and select “ok”.

Now that you have done all of this, close all of the windows. If you open up your Excel file again, it should be good to go! This brief tutorial should help you out if you ever encounter this error message.

Thank you for reading and we hope that this tutorial has been helpful to you!