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Best Answer AndreaLuque , 29 September 2017 - 07:38 AM

But I usually use MS Word 2003. I lost some data from my working .doc file. And now I have to show my work to editor.But in case nothing of listed below don't work for your issue, then you need to... Go to the full post »


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But I usually use MS Word 2003. I lost some data from my working .doc file. And now I have to show my work to editor.


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Where are your backups?


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But I usually use MS Word 2003. I lost some data from my working .doc file. And now I have to show my work to editor.

But in case nothing of listed below don't work for your issue, then you need to try recover doc

It is the most effective blog about microsoft word issues - http://www.techrepub...-word-document/

Here is the address for manual guide: http://smallbusiness...ws-7-64163.html


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