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Best Answer BBBender , 25 November 2016 - 07:47 AM

Hi Brett ,Try to open a new Word document, and drag the .doc files into it. Try to rename the .doc files to .docx and open again. Also you can open your filese with the help of  https://www.vi... Go to the full post »


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Hello everyone,
 
I have a very important file .doc file which I have created a month ago. However Microsoft Word 2010 does not read/open it probably because it is corrupted. This is apparently a common problem. I have tried Open and Repair command but it doesn't work. So my question is, could anyone suggest me how to view corrupt word file?
 
Thanks in advance,
Brett

 


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You can try recover the corrupted word file from system restore point created by windows or you using ShadowExplorer program.


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Thanks for information and advice


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You are very welcome!
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✓  Best Answer
Hi Brett ,
Try to open a new Word document, and drag the .doc files into it. Try to rename the .doc files to .docx and open again. Also you can open your filese with the help of  https://www.viewerto...docxviewer.html
 
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I want to say thank you for taking the time to share how to go about fixing this.


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