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Kasper45

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I have a big problem.

I have lost a important word document.
at first I saved this document on a USB pin, but then I went on to save it on the computer.


But now the document is gone. I guess I saved the document, as if the USB was still in the computer.


I have looked everywhere for auto recovery files, and used recovery programs to find the file, but I had no luck.

Anyone Have an idea about what I could do?

Thank you in advance
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iEscape

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@ Kasper,
 
Hopefully you have found the Word file.
 
Use Spotlight to search the file.
 
 
533850a943c24-Schermafbeelding_2014-03-3

Edited by iEscape, 30 March 2014 - 11:19 AM.

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humble2k14

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Kasper45,

 

Please visit the following link (this is not guaranteed to work!): AutoSave, AutoRecover and AutoBackup.

 

Additionally you may try one more recovery application (if you haven't used this one): How to Recover Deleted or Corrupted Word File on Mac (EaseUS)

 

Please keep us informed, we like to know the results -- regardless if it worked or not!


Edited by humble2k14, 30 March 2014 - 01:30 PM.

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