Have you ever been in the middle of typing something only for Word or your computer to crash? What would you do in that situation? When was the last time you saved your work? Is it gone forever? The good news is that you can recover Word documents in 2010 & 2007 versions. Here’s how.
AnyRecover is a powerful sophisticated computer program that recover data from a computer, hard drive, or other storage device. It has a success rate of over 98% thanks to its advanced deep-scan algorithm, which is able to dig deep into the data structure and recover lost, deleted, and inaccessible data. It’s the best way to recover deleted Word documents in 2007&2010 versions.
Options for Word 2010/2007 Recovery
1. Applicable for Word 2013/2010/2003/2002 Users.
2. 100% support for recovering Word doc/docx/asd files.
3. Recover Word files that have been deleted, hidden, formatted, etc.
1. Open Recovery Mode
Download and start up AnyRecover on your computer and choose the “Deleted Files Recovery” mode.Download NowDownload Now
2. Choose a Location
To get started with finding data, begin by choosing a location. You can choose any location where files are missing including internal hard drives, external hard drives, or specific locations. Click on “Next” after choosing the location.
3. Choose the File Type
Now choose the file type that you want to recover. You can choose any kind of file such as photos, videos, and documents. Obviously as we are trying to recover unsaved documents, we want to choose Word files. Click on the “Scan” button to get started.
4. Start the Scan
AnyRecover begins scanning the location. Once finished, it presents the results and shows you any deleted files it could find.
5. Preview and Recover
After completing the scan, AnyRecover shows you a list of the deleted files. You are able to preview a file before you recover them. Choose the files that you want to recover and click on “Recover” to begin the recovery process. If you aren’t able to find the files you want, choose the All-Round Recovery mode. This triggers a deeper scan to find more files, but it takes a little longer to do.
AutoRecover is a feature in Word that automatically creates backups of unsaved files. It’s not a perfect system but it can help a lot in an emergency. Be warned that the backup file might not be as up to date as the original file was and you may still have to write some things again.
Step 1. Open the File menu and click Info.
Step 2. Then click Manage Versions. You'll see the Recover Unsaved Documents option. Click on it.
Step 3. Word will open the location where a copy of the draft resides automatically.
Step 4. Open the one you want to recover and click on Save as to store it in your computer.
Much like in Word 2010, AutoRecover in Word 2007 allows you to recover files that Word has automatically saved.
The process is also similar to Word 2010. Open the file menu and choose Options. Choose Save and configure AutoRecover. Choose how long the autosaving interval should be and rest assured that your documents will be safe in case of an emergency.
Lots of users rely on Word creating backup files for them. This does give you the advantage of having backups when you need one, but it can cause Word to drain more processing power because it needs to save files every so often.
You can find these files by:
1. Locating the folder where you last saved the missing file.
2. Using the search box to search for .wbk.
If you find the files named "Backup of [Your Missed File Name]", then just open it on Word.
1. Open File menu and click on Open.
2. Choose the All Files option in the files of type list.
3. Choose the backup file and click on Open.
By Simon Marcus , to Document Recovery
Posted on Nov 13, 2018 ( Updated: Jan 16, 2019 )