Word Solutions Archive

DataNumen announces a new update of its world-leading document recovery software, Word Repair 2.7. The program recovers MS Word documents of virtually any version on Windows OS with proven 93% and above recovery rate.

Only four percent of computer users do daily backups. Nine percent more do backups every week or so. The rest are constantly at risk of loosing work results for at least several weeks or even months. So, backing up data is a must, but what if unexpected circumstances have already damaged crucial documents?

DataNumen Word Repair recovers damaged or broken Microsoft Word documents with impressively high recovery rate of 93%. The software easily deals with such common problems as “the file cannot be opened” or “the file is corrupted” in automatic mode. What’s important, the tool restores the entire structure of the document, not only text. This includes layout, formatting, embedded images, styles, hyperlinks, header and footer, and tables (including in-cell formatting and alignment). It does not matter if it is the document itself that is broken or the media it is saved onto fails – DataNumen Word Repair extracts as much information from the unreadable file as possible and saves the result in a separate file.

In the latest update 2.7, Word Repair has brought the impressive recovery success rate to even higher level. The program now attempts to recover even more data from a damaged Word document using advanced heuristics and analysis of data. Some rare bugs were also fixed resulting in one of the most reliable data recovery solutions on the market.

With the support for any Windows OS starting from Windows 95 to the latest 10 and a range of Microsoft Word versions starting from Word 6.0 to the latest Word 2016, DataNumen Word Repair 2.7 can be recommended for both, home and corporate user, as well as to data security specialists and computer repair services.

Pricing and availability

DataNumen Word Repair supports Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Visa/7/8/8.1/10 or
Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016. The program can repair Microsoft Word documents starting from version 6.0 to the latest 2016. A single license costs $89.95.

Links

Company website: https://www.datanumen.com/
Product page: https://www.datanumen.com/word-repair/
Comparison with competitors: https://www.datanumen.com/word-repair/compare.htm

About the company

DataNumen is an acclaimed world leader in data recovery technologies. The company delivers backup and recovery solutions since 2001. Also, DataNumen offers developer SDK that allows embedding their solutions to third-party software. Among clients of the company are Intel, Toyota Motor, PepsiCo, Oracle, Xerox and other large and mid-scale businesses.

How to Add an Object Library Reference in VBA

Posted December 28, 2017 By AuthorCCW

In this article, we introduce the detailed steps on how to quickly add an object library reference to your VBA editor in Word.

In most cases, you may have used like Outlook or some other applications in Word. And adding a relative object library reference is the first and foremost step. In this instance, we present detailed steps for you to realize it. Now,  follow us please.

Detailed Steps

  1. First of all, click “Visual Basic” in the “Developer” tab, or you can also simply press  shortcut “Alt” + “F11” to open VBA editor.Open Visual Basic
  2. Then click “Tool” in the menu.
  3. Next click “References” from the drop down list to open the “References-Project” dialog box.Add "References"
  4. Hence you can select the references you want under the “Available References”.( Here we take “Microsoft Outlook 14.0 Object Library” for an example.)
  5. In addition, you’d better to click the up-arrow to let your choice take priority for the next use, .
  6. Finally, click “OK”.Select Object Library
  7. From right now, the Microsoft Outlook Library is successfully added into the VBA editor. So you can use it freely.
  8. In addition, you can also repeat these steps to add other object library references as desired.

 

Author Introduction:

Micky Ao is a data recovery expert in DataNumen, Inc., which is the world leader in data recovery technologies, including Excel recovery and pdf repair software products. For more information visit www.datanumen.com

How to Run VBA Code in Your Word

Posted December 28, 2017 By AuthorCCW

For most cases, you are often using VBA code to do various tasks in Your Word. However, do you really get hang of the steps to run VBA code? Therefore, in this article, we offer a detailed description of those steps for you.

In the followings, we take Word 2010 as an example to show the detailed steps. And you can easily apply the method to other versions in a similar way.

Step 1 Open the “Developer”

  1. First of all, go to the “File”, and click “Options”.Click "Options"
  2. Next click “Customize Ribbon” to check whether the “Developer” is selected.

If checked, you can go to the Step 2; if not, you need do the followings:

(1). On the right sections of Word Options, you need choose “Main Tabs” under the “Customize Ribbon”.

(2). Now you will find the “Developer”, and then check it.

(3). Finally, click “OK” to close the window.Enable "Developer"

(4). Back to the home screen of your word, you can easily find the “Developer” tab.

Step 2 Check Securities for the Macro

Before running VBA code, you need follow this step to check whether the operating environment is secure to run your macro.

  1. After enabling the “Developer”, you need click “Macro Security” in the “Code” group.Click "Macro Security"
  2. Then make sure the “Disable all macro with notifications” is checked in “Macro Setting”.Security Setting

 

Step 3 Edit the VBA code

  1. Firstly, click “Visual Basic” in the “Code” group, on “Developer” tab or you can press “Alt” + “F11” in your keyboard to open the VBA editor.
  2. Then click “Insert”, in the drop-down menu, you can click “Module”.
  3. Next double click to open a new module.Add New Module
  4. Finally, in the empty area of this project, you can edit your VBA code in it.Edit Code

 

Step 4 Run VBA code

After editing the VBA code you need, next comes to run it.

  1. Chick “Run” (the green triangle like bellowed picture) in the toolbar or hit “F5” in your keyboard in the current module.Run VBA Code

 

Alternative Option: Add Macro Buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar

When finishing above steps, you can also add shortcut button for your macro.

  1. Similarly, click “Options” in the “File” tab, and then click “Quick Access Toolbar”.
  2. Choose “Macros” and click “Add” to the toolbar after selecting “All Commands” from the “Choose commands from” drop down list.
  3. Then click “Ok” to close the window.
  4. Back to the document, you can find the macro is already in the Quick Access Toolbar. Therefore, you can easily click it to run your code.Add Marcos to Quick Access Toolbar

Author Introduction:

Micky Ao is a data recovery expert in DataNumen, Inc., which is the world leader in data recovery technologies, including Excel fix and pdf repair software products. For more information visit www.datanumen.com