Office File Recovery

4 Ways to Restore Your Word Document to an Earlier Version

In today’s article, we will focus on equipping you with 4 effectual ways to restore your Word document to an earlier version. When navigate through a document, we would like to make some revisions now and them. However, giving a second thought, we might want to discard all the changes and keep the original version only. Too address the issue, there are 4 solutions in this post you can pick. Method 1: Changes Haven’t Been Saved Yet – Just Close and Not Save Even if you’ve made...

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4 Quick Ways to View and Accept Revisions by Date in Your Word Document

In this article, we plan on displaying 4 quick ways for you to view and accept revisions by date in your Word document. A document can have multiple reviewers. Therefore, these revisions must be made in different date or time. Earlier, we’ve talked about how to view and accept revisions from a specific reviewer. Today, let’s show you how to view and accept revisions by date. 3 ways to View Revisions by Date First, let’s take a look at the 3 ways to view revisions by date. Method 1:...

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How to Convert a Linked Table into a Local Table in Your Access

We’ve said it before, but it’s worth repeating - linked tables can be really useful in your databases for a number of reasons. But one big drawback of linked tables is performance – running queries against them, especially if they aren’t Microsoft Access tables (i.e. if they’re Excel, CSV, or DBF files). They can be painfully s l o w to work with. There are a few ways you can work around that – we’ll work with one way here, and that’s to convert a linked table into a local...

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