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FlorenceCellier

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Help me with my report on financial work. On the instructions of my boss, I worked for a long time on the charts, calculated the surveys of the target audience. And now I can not open this document. When you open a file in Office 2013 on the screen appears: Word document is corrupted. I do not know what to do. Very soon, I'll have to pass the report! I do not have time to do it all over again.


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Is there any chance you have a backup or use the word auto save feature, emailed the document to someone etc? I recommend to make a copy of the corrupted file right away and store it to save location before trying any repairs. As soon as this is done let me know and will provide some possible options.
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Windows 7 allows you to restore previous versions of a file that you’ve modified or even deleted.

 

This feature was first available on Vista’s Business, Ultimate, and Enterprise versions, but now is available to all Windows 7 users.

 

Navigate to the file or folder that you want to bring back from the crypt and right-click it.

 

Windows shows you the Properties dialog box for the file or folder you selected, opened to the Previous Versions tab.

 

Click the Open or Copy button and copy the older version of the file onto your desktop.


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Word 2013 saves a temporary copy of your unsaved work that you can repair word in a matter of seconds. Just follow these simple steps to pick up right where you left off.

1. Click "File" at the top left of the screen.

2. Click "Info" at the top of the left-hand menu

3. Click the "Manage Versions" button in the Info pane.

4. Select "Recover Unsaved Documents" from the drop-down menu.

5. Click "Open" when you've selected the document you want to recover.

6. Click "Save As" at the top of the screen.


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