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Sharon Lee

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I have lost my story somewhere in this machine. Not sure how or where it is. Is it possible to get this story back? I believe it may have gotten deleted by accident. This is not a good day. Thank you, for your time. H ope this is possible.
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Have you done a search for the title?
If deleted is it sitting in your recycle bin?
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I did check Recycle right away and it was not there. I have been to every help I can find on this machine and still can't find the story. I wouldn't mind to much but this was the last part of the story and it was just ending up. Hard to go back and try to remember all I did. I just thought maybe there was a way that you knew of that I could get it. I guess I think you can do anything. Not too fair to you is it? I do like Office. I am quite sure it was not lost there. I no longer let the grandchildren sit at my computer to play their games. So I am the one who lost it and have really tried all I know to try.
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You can try a recovery software but the issue is that most can't be installed on the drive you need to check.
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Well, I do thank you for being there to answer my question. I will just have to learn how to back up things on this new computer before I put anything else on. I know that. I have lost things before and that is why I would always back things up. I shall just sit down later and try to recall the main material that was lost. Thank you kind sir.
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I would suggest backing up your stuff at least on a flash drive. The story shouldn't be very big so I would think a gig flash drive would hold that. I got my kids each a 16 gig flash drive and they keep their important stuff backed up everyday with it. :thumbsup:
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I just bought on of those the other day. Why didn't I use it? Oh well, can't cry over spilled milk. I will do that with the other story I have started on here. Thank you for the advice. You do help me out so often. God bless you.
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You are very welcome and I am so glad I can help.
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