Office 2010: Tips to recover your unsaved Work

Have you ever closed Word after making a bunch of changes, and then accidently clicked ‘No' when asked if you want to save your changes?  Then you suddenly realized what you have done, only to find that there was no way to recover your work? Now with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Office 2010, you can enjoy […]

Have you ever closed Word after making a bunch of changes, and then accidently clicked ‘No' when asked if you want to save your changes?  Then you suddenly realized what you have done, only to find that there was no way to recover your work? Now with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Office 2010, you can enjoy work, as the software is working to protect you from losing your work. Here’s how: “Backstage view exposes periodic autosaved files from your current editing session and allow you to compare or restore them as the newest document. Which gets purge when you save and close your editing session. Additionally, if you close an editing session without saving, your last autosaved file are saved to let you access it from the Backstage view, under Recent Documents, or from Document Information when you open your document again. So you can recover that unsaved work with a few simple clicks. Note: These autosaved files are kept for 4 days, or until the next time you edit your document.”