I am running SolidWorks 2022 SP3.1 on an M1 2020 MacMini running Windows 11. I have been using this install of Parallels to pretty much just run SolidWorks, and have been running since 2020 without issue. I started a project where I needed to use Design Tables, and because of this, you need to have Excel installed. When I installed Office 365, my SolidWorks install broke. When launching the app, the splash screen crashes during the "Validating License" part of the load. After much trial and error, I was able to restore my SolidWorks install to function but at the expense of no longer having Office 365 installed. I even tried installing just Excel, but that didn't work either. In order to restore SolidWorks to functioning, I had to completely uninstall Office 365, and also uninstall the four instances of Microsoft Visual C++ installs (mine were 2010 x64, 2010 x86, 2015-2019 x86, and 2019 (Arm64)). I then had to relaunch the SolidWorks installer and select the "Repair your installation" which basically just reinstalled the four Visual C++ instances, and then it started up just fine. I tried the uninstall/reinstall trick with the C++ instances while not touching the installation of Office 365, but that still causes SolidWorks to crash on load. The only way to get SolidWorks to load is to unistall 365 and then uninstall/reinstall the C++ instances. Anyone got any ideas? Right now, my workaround is to open SolidWorks, and while it's open, install Office 365. This allows me access to Design Tables but if I ever need to shut down SolidWorks, I have to go through the trouble of uninstalling and reinstalling, which as you can imagine is kind of a pain.