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While working on a word document, the program froze and I was unable to save
the work before I closed the program. In the past, long forgotten lost work
suddenly appeared with another opened docuement as a "reovered file." How do
I intentionally recover an interrupted work?
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If Word doesn't present the lost file as a "Recovered" document the next
time you start, then there's not much chance of recovering it.

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While working on a word document, the program froze and I was unable to

save
the work before I closed the program. In the past, long forgotten lost

work
suddenly appeared with another opened docuement as a "reovered file." How

do
I intentionally recover an interrupted work?


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Default How do I recover an unsaved Word doc file?

If you've lost the Word document before you could save it, you have still fair chances to recover it back. Microsoft Word has a couple of built-in features like "AutoRecover" and "Word Backup". Refer to this article for complete information - http://wordpress.semnaitik.com/recov...word-document/

I hope the shared information would be helpful here.

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While working on a word document, the program froze and I was unable to save
the work before I closed the program. In the past, long forgotten lost work
suddenly appeared with another opened docuement as a "reovered file." How do
I intentionally recover an interrupted work?
For Microsoft Word 2016:
Follow these steps to recover MS Word data:
1. Launch MS Word
2. On Taskbar Click File menu and point to Info in the navigation pane.
3. Click on Manage Document.
4. Click the option “Recover Unsaved Documents”.

For Microsoft Word 2013:
1. Launch MS Word
2. On Taskbar, click the File menu
3. Click on Open
4. Click on Recent Documents.
5. Now scroll to the end of all recent documents,
6. Then click Recover Unsaved Documents.

After all these manual methods, if still problem persist. Then try alternative solution through this you can easily recover MS Word data.
https://www.stellarinfo.com/repair-word-file.php
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