By mistake closed a never saved word file

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So, today i started working on a brand new created word file, means there are no older versions of it. It was literally named "Document1" the whole time while i was working on it. By having more windows open i closed it by mistake over my mouse shortcut-buttom.
Googled the problem and tried whatever i could to recover the file, though i didnt manage to find it.. Looking for anyone who could help me or at least tell me that the file is lost. Wouldn't have a problem to let someone use teamviewer to fix it if possible..
Im using win10 & Word2007
 

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This "EaseUS" application is saying this:

p 1. Launch EaseUS free Office recovery software, select the disk where you saved the lost document and click "Scan".

As said, it was never saved, so how is it supposed to help?
 

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As said, it was never saved, so how is it supposed to help?
I know it was never saved - I said so on my reply
It is MOST LIKELY lost, unfortunately. As it was never saved
I suggest, with respect, you read the link more carefully as the title says
Recover Lost/Unsaved Word Documents in Windows 10
You are quoting from the part of the link that deals with LOST documents - in other words documents that were saved but for some reason cannot then be found.
 
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