Advice 1: As in Word, recover unsaved documents

Restore unsaved file in Word, included in Microsoft Office package, possibly thanks to AutoSave the document. Additional software is not used.
As in Word, recover unsaved documents
Instruction
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Restore the last version accidentally closed without saving the document. To do this, access the main system menu by pressing the "start" button and click "All programs." Open link in Microsoft Office and start Word.
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Click "File" upper service panel of the application window and click the "Recent files". Click "Recover unsaved documents" and select the desired file in the dialog box. Click "Save as" in the upper service panel of the program window to save the recovered document.
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Use this alternative method to recover unsaved Word document. To do this, open the menu "File" upper service panel of the Word window and select "Details". Click the "Manage versions" and select the link "Recover unsaved documents".Specify the desired file in the dialog box and save the recovered document.
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Please note that if the file was closed without saving, Word still creates a temporary file. If it is impossible to use the above algorithms of actions, these temporary copies are still available to the user. To do this, return to the main menu "start" and select "All programs." Open the link to "Standard" and run the application "Windows Explorer".
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Navigate to:drive:Documents and SettingsApplication Settingsимя_пользователяLocal DataMicrosoftOfficeUnsavedFiles (for Windows XP) iljimae:Usersимя_пользователяAppDataLocalmicrosoftofficeunsavedfiles (for Windows 7 and Vista). Expand the folder UnsavedFiles and find recoverable file. Save the document to the second is not to lose it.

Advice 2: How to restore the Explorer

Shutdown or malfunction of Explorer Windows can make it impossible to use the operating system as it ensures the functioning of the OS GUI.
How to restore the Explorer
Instruction
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If the cause of the fall of the Conductor, just that its disabled by mistake or as a result of accidental failure in the system, you just need to restart it. To do this, press and hold the CTRL and SHIFT keys, and then press the ESC key. This combination opens the task Manager of the OS. If this doesn't work, use another combination: CTRL + ALT + Delete.
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By default, the Manager will open on the "Applications" tab in the lower right corner where you placed the button labeled "New task". You need to click the mouse to open the window "Create new task".
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In the input box type explorer and click OK. In this way, you will restore the work Explorer Windows.
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If you run this app does not happen, then there are two possible reasons. The first is that the result of the failure of the conductor is not switched off, and "stuck", i.e. does not react on incoming commands. In this case "this" instance of the program it is necessary to force quit. To this end, the task Manager window click the Processes tab, under image Name, locate the title explorer, select it and click "End process". After that repeat the two previous steps.
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The other reason is more serious – it was probably deleted or damaged executable file explorer.exe. In this case you need to find the same and place it on the same place (in the WINDOWS folder). You can try to find it on the disk with the operating system distribution and can be found on the Internet. The main difficulty will be that you will not be able to use the OS to copy the file to the desired folder. So, in addition to the file itself, you need to find the net and record a boot floppy (or CD/DVD), with any file Manager, you can add the same media file Explorer, boot from a floppy and using file Manager to copy explorer.exe to the desired folder.

Advice 3: How to recover a deleted Word document

Quite frustrating to lose the text document, in which you have invested a lot of time and effort. Power surges, software crashes or human error can all lead to such an outcome. How to recover a document?
How to recover a deleted Word document
Instruction
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Locate the backup file which could be created by Word. Click "start" on the desktop, then select "Search". Type *.WBK in the search box, press Enter and review the results of found files.
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Use the AutoRecover feature in Word. Open menu "File" and select "Open". Look in the folder the file that you want to restore, and if you did, click on the "Open and repair".
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Try searching for files that could have been left on the hard disc during the AutoSave in a different place or in a different format. Click "start" on the desktop and select "Search". Enter the search string *.ASD, press Enter and scroll down the list of found results.
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Locate the files that could be stored as temporary. Using "start menu" and using the "Search" function to look for a documents with a mask *.TMP. This is the format of temporary files that can be opened with the corresponding program text editor.
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Go to "Cart" and see if there are any files that can be deleted by the system. On the desktop, click on the "Trash" icon. Select "Preview" and the option "Arrange icons". Select "By date" in order to quickly locate any files that may have been placed here over the next few days.
Useful advice
In Microsoft Word, make sure that AutoSave is enabled and working properly to avoid loss of documents in case of sudden closure of the program. Go to "Settings" and select the tab "Saving". Specify the intervals at which will be autosaved documents. You can also choose a default folder where to send the backup.

Advice 4: How to repair Microsoft Office

Sometimes the user is faced with the fact that Microsoft Office is removed from the interference of the virus or simply by accident. Also often lost data from unsaved documents. In all these cases, there is a special procedure of information recovery.
How to repair Microsoft Office
Instruction
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Restore lost documents that you have created using the software package Microsoft Office. For example, create a new document in Microsoft Word, then click the File tab and go to "Settings". Click on "Save" and see what folder the program saves draft versions of documents. If the function AutoSave is enabled, you will likely be able to recover the lost documents. Otherwise, activate the AutoSave in order to avoid such problems.
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Select "Open" in menu "File". Navigate to the folder where are the saved draft versions of documents, and choose from them, focusing on the date of loss of the file. Specify the option "Open and repair" in the proposed action, then the program will open the last saved version of the document. You can also open the folder with the drafts directly from the system and to open with the correct program need version.
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Try to restore themselves Microsoft Office programs, if they were removed for some reason. Go to the system menu "start" then "All programs" - "system tools" and select "system Restore". Follow the on-screen instructions, select the necessary restore point when the program Office was on the computer and successfully run. Click "Next" and wait while the system restore. After this the computer will reboot, and the system will report the successful completion of the procedure. This way you will be able to restore themselves as the deleted program and lost documents.
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Run a system check for viruses. Some of them removed various programs including office, as well as custom documents. Clean the system from viruses, to avoid further similar problems.
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