Excel 2016 crashes when calculating user-defined XLL functions after a macro button was used in an already closed workbook

Last updated: December 13, 2017

ISSUE

If you use a button in a worksheet to start a macro and later close this workbook, subsequent attempts to calculate user-defined functions provided by an XLL add-in might crash.

This issue impacts Excel 2016 in Version 1608 (Build 7301.xxxx).

STATUS: FIXED

This issue is now fixed in Version 1708 (8431.2017). To get the update immediately, open any Office 2016 app and choose File > Account > Update Options > Update Now.

For MSI based installations, use the latest patch for Excel that is available through Microsoft Update. For more information, see Office Updates.

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