I\’m trying to find a way to share some databases between my PC, my laptop, and my phone, all running Windows 10 or Windows Mobile 10. I like to use LibreOffice for documents and spreadsheets, and especially because the Open Document Format used by LibreOffice supports password-protected files. And this seems to be a problem with Excel Mobile. It will open a non password protected .ODS file but when I try to open one that has a password, it says that the file is corrupted. The error message is "Can\’t open file. Your workbook couldn\’t be opened because the file is corrupted." I take it that Excel Mobile doesn\’t understand the format. Has anyone had a similar problem and found a workaround? Or do you know of another simple database program I could use in place of LibreOffice spreadsheets?

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