I’ll give some brief introduction of Microsoft Office Word first. Microsoft Office Word helps in producing professional-looking documents by providing a comprehensive set of tools for creating and formatting the documents. It is a word processing program that can be used to create various types of documents from letters and memos to calendars and lists.
Documents can be created, saved, and edited at the desire of the creator from a blank document or via one of the many Wizards included with Word. However, Microsoft Office Word documents can be lost in certain situations or unconscious conditions, while in the certain situations: for example, error occurs when you close the Word which you have given a long hours editing; sudden power off or power interruption when you are working on Word document, etc.
You may use the following method to recover:
1. Search for the original document,
2. Search for word backup files,
3. Force Word to try to recover a file,
4. Manually recover AutoRecover files,
5. Search for temporary files,
6. Search for files.
Word documents also can be lost in unconsciously situations such as unintentionally deleting, operating system corruption, hard drive formatting; virus infection, partition loss, etc. The first step to recover Word document is looking for the Recycle Bin.
It is quite easy to restore the documents to its original location within one or two simple clicks. If the document is not there, the Word recovery software is the best savior to help you retrieve these significant Word documents rather than the long-waiting and complicated manual data recovery.
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