Advice 1: How to recover a document that was not saved

When working at the computer from surprises no one is immune. The computer may unexpectedly shut down or start reloading. The reasons can vary: power outage, accidental button press shutdown or restart, and others. Documentswith which you worked, in this case not saved. But you can restore them. Show how it is done in Microsoft Office Word.
How to recover a document that was not saved
Instruction
1
Open Microsoft Office Word.
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On the left you will see a window "Recovery documents" signed "Word has recovered the following files. Save required". You will be offered the available files.
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Click on the file you want.
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Save it in case of need.
Note
The function "document recovery" in case of emergency closure is only in recent versions of Microsoft Office starting with Office 2003.
Useful advice
Recommend that you reduce the AutoSave interval in the document. Go to "Tools", click "Options", select "Save". The default is to AutoSave every 10 minutes. Set the desired time interval for autosaving.

Advice 2: 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.
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