While working on a Excel for Mac, I suddenly cannot enter any data in ANY cell. Also the same thing with all my spreadsheets, unrelated to the one I was working on. I can type numbers and letters on email and blank pages, but not on the spreadsheet.
Next, the following command can be used to format the drive (replace disk# with the actual identifier for your USB drive) and mount it as a volume named WINDOWS10. After some research and a lot of trial and error, I found that the USB drive must be formatted with a FAT32 partition and the MBR partitioning scheme, after which you can simply mount the Windows 10 ISO in macOS and copy the files to the drive. First, run diskutil list and find the identifier of the USB drive (this will be something like disk2 or disk3; make sure you find the right one, since you could erase the wrong drive and lose data if you don’t use the correct identifier). Formatting the USB drive can be done from the command-line fairly easily. Download bootable mac os.
Does your 'more options' menu look like this one then for that file? If you're listed as a Co-Owner in the folder and you've verified that the file isn't currently locked by another user (it would have the lock icon to the left of the file's icon when looking at the folder), the reason you don't see the 'Edit' option at the top of the More Options menu anymore might be due to your company's Box admins disabling the Box Edit / Office Online features for your company's Box environment. I'd recommend checking with your Box admin team (IT) to see if that's the case. You can provide them for more information on what you're referring to.
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