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Help for a deleted notepad


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seastar

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Hi
I need help.
I accidentally sent a notepad to the recycle bin. When I
restored it all the information on it had disappeared. I guess
I had not saved it. Can I recover the information I had
written If I restore my computer to an earlier date?

Thank you
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dsenette

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nope...unless you saved the file that you were typing in notepad it's gone forever
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dsette was right. That counts for anything in MS Office, Wordpad or the like... unless you were running 'RedHand Pro' at the time. From what I remember, it records every keystroke - whether you saved the file or not.
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