Advice 1: How to find an unsaved document

Find and recover unsaved document Microsoft Office 2010 (or see previous version) is possible thanks to AutoSave the file after a specified period of time. This applies to all documents created in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint.
How to find an unsaved document
You will need
  • Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint и.
Instruction
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Open the Office program in which the document was created.
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Select in the menu the tab "File".
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Use the string "Recent files" in the drop down menu.
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Select "Recover unsaved documents, Recover unsaved workbooks" or "Recover unsaved presentations" for Word, Excel, or PowerPoint, respectively.
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Select the desired file in the open window, with the stored versions of documents.
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Click "Open".
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Select the name and format to save the file in the service menu "Save as" in the toolbar of the application window.
Alternatively, you can use another method to find and restore files.
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Open the Office program that created the document and select any document.
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Click "Data" in menu "File" of the program window.
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Click "Manage versions" in the drop down menu.
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Select "Recover unsaved documents (Word files), Restore unsaved books" (for Excel files) or Recover unsaved presentations (PowerPoint files).
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Select the desired document from the list of unsaved versions.
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Apply the option "Save as" in the service menu of the toolbar of the program window.
Almost the same algorithm applies when you restore a document closed without saving the changes.
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Open the desired file.
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In the program menu select "File" and click "Details".
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Select latest revision of a document in the "Version".
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Click "Restore" in the toolbar of the program window. It should be borne in mind that all previous editions of the document will be updated to the selected version.
Note
Remember that these functions are in the Microsoft Office programs is only possible when you enable the settings "save AutoRecover information every..." and "Save automatically the latest version, if the file was closed without saving".

Changes in the location of any unsaved files on the disk impossible.
Useful advice
Find and open unsaved documents in
C:\Users\имя_пользователя\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Office\UnsavedFiles (for Windows Vista and Windows 7).

C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Office\Unsaved Files (for Windows XP).

Advice 2: How to recover an unsaved file

Often when working in Microsoft Office users for some reason forget or not have time to maintain the fileon which they just worked on, and information is lost when you close the unsaved document. If you have not saved the file and closed the program, it does not mean that all your work was lost – not saved in the Microsoft Office file you can recover.
How to recover an unsaved file
Instruction
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To restore Office documents stipulating the function, allowing to restore a file from backup that runs regularly through periods of time while working with the fileom. Accordingly, you can run the last of the automatically saved versions of your document.
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This function is available if your program is set to AutoSave every ... minutes". Also you need to enable the option in settings "automatically Save the latest version if the file was closed without saving".
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Connect these functions and then if you accidentally close a file without saving, you can easily restore the latest version, stored by the program.
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Open the Microsoft Office application in which you are not able to keep the previous file (e.g. Word or Excel) and then open the menu "File" and select the Last filey". Then select the option "Recover unsaved documents" or "Recover unsaved workbooks".
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In Power Point the program will ask you to recover an unsaved presentation. A new window will open in which you will see auto-saved drafts. Select any file and open it and then select the menu option "Save as".
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In addition, restore the file by choosing the menu "File" the option "Information" and then "versioning". In the opened window, click on recover unsaved documents.

Advice 3: How to recover an unsaved document

The solution to the problem of recover unsaved document can be conventionally divided into two methods depending on whether the document is accidentally closed by the user, or an unexpected shutdown office application.
How to recover an unsaved document
You will need
  • Microsoft Office 2010.
Instruction
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If there is an unexpected exit of office apps included in Microsoft Office Suite version 2010, then wait until the task pane "document Recovery". In this area it is possible to save up to three files, recovery which can be performed by the user.
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Open the link with an arrowhead symbol, located next to the document in the window of the restore, and specify the desired action:- "Open" - to view the latest version of the document;- Save as - to change the name or version of the desired file; - Remove - cleaning the recovered documents.Save the recovered document.
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If you accidentally close the document by the user without saving, call the main menu by pressing the "start" button and navigate to "All programs." Expand Microsoft Office 2010 and run the application where you created the private file.
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Open the menu "File" the service window panel for the selected application, and then click "Recent files". Specify the paragraph:- "Recover unsaved documents" - files created in Word;- "Recover unsaved workbooks" for files created in Excel;- "Recover unsaved presentations" - for files created in PowerPoint.
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Find you want to restore a document in the directory dialog that appears, and click "Open". Save the recovered file using "Save as" upper service panel of Windows office applications.
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An alternative method is to create a new document in the desired office application. Then open the menu "File" and select "Information". Click the "Manage versions" and select one of the above commands in accordance with the used application. Browse for the document in the directory and click "Open". Save the recovered file.
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