I recently maxed out my iCloud storage for a few weeks, meaning things like backups and photo uploading would not work. Eventually, I deleted some unwanted files, and now there is plenty of free space (>20 GB).
During this time, I made some edits to a Numbers spreadsheet that is stored and shared via iCloud. Now, whenever I open the document in macOS, I get this error (next to the word "Shared" on the title bar):
There is not enough space to save this document to iCloud. Purchase additional storage or remove some documents from iCloud.
I can dismiss the error, but it comes back every time I open the document.
There is also a dotted cloud with an exclamation mark that appears next to the document in Finder.
I can make a duplicate of the spreadsheet and delete the old one, but doing so will invalidate existing shared URLs, etc.
Is there a way to force iCloud to refresh its "not enough space" check?
macOS: 10.13.6 Numbers: 5.3
If it's relevant, I'm using shared family storage—my account is not the one that purchased the iCloud storage.