I have a workbook containing a table that is linked to a csv file.
Every time I open this workbook I get an error message (see below).
I’m hoping someone here will be able to see what is causing the problem.

I have recreated the workbook containing only this table and I continue to get the error message, so this table appears to be the cause of the problem.
These are the steps I take to create the table:
1. Go to DATA tab 2. Select > ‘From Text ‘ 3. Select file (example.csv )>’Import’
4. Complete the Text Import Wizard 5. Tick the >‘Add this data to the Data Model’ box 6. Click >‘OK

… and everything works beautifully.
I do nothing more than this and then save and close the workbook
When I reopen the workbook, I always get the error message:

I have repeated this procedure several times always with the same result.
The .csv is freshly created. It is 104KB. It has 9 columns and 916 rows.
In the “Description” column, the longest cell length is 91 characters.

Here are the error messages:
“We found a problem with some content in ‘filename.xlsx’. Do you want us to try to recover as much as we can? If you trust the source of this workbook, click Yes.”
After clicking Yes, the next message is this:
“Repairs to ‘filename.xlsx’
Excel was able to open the file by repairing or removing the unreadable content.
Repaired Records: External connections from/xl/connections.xml part (Data connection)"

Thanks for taking the time.