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Old 02-10-2010, 03:56 AM
zillah zillah is offline Excel file lost data how to recover it Windows XP Excel file lost data how to recover it Office 2003
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Hi



I have a client when she opened an excel file (office 2003) over the network

she received a popped up message that this is a read only file (she cannot

remember the exact message) I would expect (but not sure) it might be one

of these messages in the link below

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/814112

and then she saved accidentally to the same place where the origin file

residing (means she had overwritten the origin file)

she did not lost a file itself and she did not lost all data , she lost her recent work which is one month work (data),

Can that work (data) be recovered ?,,,,I am not looking to recover the excel

file itself I am looking to recover the lost data

Thanks
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Old 02-10-2010, 08:36 PM
zyzzyva57 zyzzyva57 is offline Excel file lost data how to recover it Windows 7 Excel file lost data how to recover it Office 2007
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I would check out a Microsoft Forum that might address this specific issue since there must be a hundred or more specific forums, particularly if this is a network problem
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