PowerPoint 2008 Mac Auto-recovery issue?
I'll try to be brief here,
I was working on an important presentation for a few hours when a call came in and I had to leave in a hurry. No big deal, shut my laptop and ran out. Came back in an hour or so and when I opened my laptop there was a duplicate presentation, IE another, identical presentation window open, but this one with a few hours less work on it. Not thinking anything of it, I closed the duplicate window and when it prompted me to save the work I just clicked "no", not wanting to corrupt my up to date file. For whatever reason, however, it decided to close BOTH windows, and seemingly dump all of my work.
I located what I think is the autorecovery folder (documents - microsoft user data - office 2008 autorecovery) but there are only three or four documents in there, all dating years back despite that I always have autorecover active and I use Microsoft office very frequently.
Would really like to get this information back, and any help would be appreciated!
- 7 years agoBest Answer
wow im srry man but u have word 2008 i dont t thunk they have file recovery on it. you need to get word 2010 or higher they have file recovery so youll never lose anythingSource(s): my head
- skelleyLv 43 years ago
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