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Recovering Word and Excel files that were saved to one place

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I am having trouble with a USB flash drive (read about it here), and have some Word and Excel files that I would really like to recover. It looks like the flash drive is dead or might never be accessed again. I have 5 or 6 files, some from Word and some from Excel, that were only saved to that flash drive. However, I used my computer to work on those files. Is there any way tht I might be able to see a copy of what was on the computer, and then save it? Maybe file recovery in Excel and Word? Maybe some encrypted version or anythign like that is in a file on the hard drive? Maybe the Recuva program could find a version on the hard drive?

Edited by xzmattzx, 20 November 2010 - 08:23 AM.

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