Office 365 on Mac - Doesn't Allow Editing

Office 365 on Mac - Doesn't Allow Editing

  1. Connect to the Internet.
  2. Now, sign out of your account and close all office applications.Signing out of OfficeSigning out of Office
  3. Open your Library folder and then open Group Containers and move these files to Trash if they are present.  If you are unable to see the Library folder, please follow this short guide
    Deleting Office Keychains Deleting Office Keychains
  4. Sign in again and reopen your office applications, they should work without crashing now.

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