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How to restore a document in Word 2003 (Moved from Windows XP)

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by jo743721, Aug 24, 2019.

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  1. jo743721

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    Hi so I'm putting this here because I figure people who know about xp know about this earlier version of ms word 2003. I was basically working on a document and when I closed I forgot to save then when it asked me to if I wanted to save I accidentally clicked no and closed it. Is there a way to restore what I lost?
     
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    Was it a previously-created and saved Word document that you opened and then worked on and then forgot to save?
    Was it a newly-created Word document that you forgot to save?

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    Previously created.
     
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    If that Word document was previously created and saved, and then you opened it and made changes, and then you closed it without saving the changes, it will still be in your computer, but it will be in its previous condition.

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