Dear Friends: Thanks for taking patience in answering the question. I have the issue resolved like this but I am not sure how it works. Here is the code

my $subject="Monthly Report"; my $file_link="\n Dear Customer: Please click on the link below to dow +nload the Monthly Report for the month of 2019-05. <br><br> <a href=\ +"https://$hostname/ui_report/download_report?file=$fileloc\">Download + Report</a></center> \n\n"; # $fileloc contains the path of the store +d file in our server. &SendEmail($from,$toAddress,$cc,$bcc,$subject,'text/html',$file_link,$ +from); # This module sends an email with link - by clicking will down +load the excel report. In the "download_report" script: if ($file =~ /\.xlsx$/) { print "Content-type: application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spr +eadsheetml.sheet\n"; # The Content-Disposition will generate a prompt to save the file. print "Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=$file\n"; print "\n"; &download ($fileloc); exit 0; # NEWLY ADDED DUE TO ISSUE IN EXCEL REPORT OPENING } print "Content-Type: text/html\r\n\r\n"; my $cgi = new CGI; print $cgi->redirect("tent"); print "The redirect seems to have failed."; die;

By simply adding "exit 0; " statement I am able to download and view the report without any warnings. I believe previously after the execution of if block, it continued the execution and it might have created the problem. Please let me know if my explanation is not sufficient.

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In reply to Re^3: Excel-Writer-XLSX : Excel file with warning messages by rajan
in thread Excel-Writer-XLSX : Excel file with warning messages by rajan

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