Right, this poor chap has been ignored since July nearly 3 years ago!
I find quite shocking that NOBODY has even bothered to reply to him. He's a bloke whose trying to improve himself, asked very politely, provided enough information to go on and not a single sole has even bothered to point him even in the right direction!
Now come on solidworks folks, thats not on!
I have just got this error myself and have managed to crack it after about 2 hours of searching. There's very little on this problem, which is confusing (kind of means that either people know how to fix it, or noby else is doing the tutorial).
https://forum.solidworks.com/message/207875#207875 - if you look at this file attached to the response in this topic, you'll find that his format differs from the format of the supplied file for the tutorial. I managed to save a copy of the tofrom file and change the columns round so it looked more like his, and managed to get it working, with 1 error that was allowed to pass (complaining about wire colour column).
A bit belated Nilton, but I hope this helps - happy new year
Well, another 4 years has passed and DS-Sworks has not deigned this worthy of repair. The same problem is still in SW-2016. The file is wrong, but I managed to copy the XLS file mentioned and correct the red-flagged items "by choosing the correct answer" from the drop-down list of XLS column headings.
Having jumped that relatively easy hurdle with the help of a nearly correct XLS file, the next problems are that the instructions do not seem to produce the correct response in SWorks and then.....SW 2016 crashes.
For the extraordinary cost of SWorks software and the now extortionate constrictions imposed (e.g., no support, even for errors in existing software, without subscription...you have to subscribe and keep "upgrading" and so expose yourself to a whole NEW set of errors....etc.), I find that the lack of due diligence (pre-release testing for example) is apalling.