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Try this

1 File > New > Spreadsheet ..., and create an empty spreadsheet

2 Insert > From File ..., and navigate to the file which crashes

3 Save the resulting file.

Have a look - the new file is probably significantly smaller in size than the original file. Files edited many times seem to get "tangled" and this "un-tangles" them by removing redundant junk.

Try this

1 File > New > Spreadsheet ..., and create an empty spreadsheet

2 Insert > From File ..., and navigate to the file which crashescrashes and choose it

3 Save the resulting file.

Have a look - the new file is probably significantly smaller in size than the original file. Files edited many times seem to get "tangled" and this "un-tangles" them by removing redundant junk.

Try this

1 File > New > Spreadsheet ..., and create an empty spreadsheet

2 Insert > From File ..., and navigate to the file which crashes and choose it

3 Save the resulting file.

Have a look - the new file is probably significantly smaller in size than the original file. Files edited many times seem to get "tangled" and this "un-tangles" them by removing redundant junk.junk. The response time when you edit will probably be significantly improved.