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How to recover deleted Excel files?

By JamilSoufa ·
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HI soc! I’ve got a problem. I accidentally deleted the wrong Excel files, and now I need to recover them. But I have no idea how to do it? I’ve tried everything I know. Maybe anyone of you knows some programs or tools, which can help me?
My boyfriend will be shocked when he learns that I deleted his reports. Please help me to hide this small crime ^^

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There's no need to worry Jamil :)

by EricToleman In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

LOL I hope yu’re still alive :) Are you sure that these files are completely removed from your computer? I guess you are not particularly good with computers and computer programs :) In any case, there are several ways to solve this problem. But I would advise you to use any tool specializing in a Excel file recovery. It will be faster and easier, I suppose. I know one tool which can help you.
Try this one free demo of Recovery Toolbox for Excel. Download free demo versions of this software from Recovery Toolbox website: http://www.excel.recoverytoolbox.com/
I hope that it helps you.

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deleted files arent really gone

by funnyguy101 In reply to There's no need to worry ...

If you go to your trash bin, it will probably be there. if not, then download the other thing.

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recover deleted Excel

by nencywillims In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

Try this Tool Download DiskInternals Excel Recovery for recovery of your XLS files in your particular circumstances, works on all versions of Windows, and supports all versions of Microsoft Excel, including Excel 97, 2000, XP, 2003 and 2007. It will be faster and easier.

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It is quite easy than you can guess!

by maxistress In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

If you've removed the files from the Recycle Bin too, Recuva is a good and free piece of software that helps recover deleted files. Try it out!

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Recovery of Excel File

by pittbradd In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

Hi Jamil,

I would like to recommend you to use RecoveryFix for Excel File Recovery tool to repair corrupt excel (.xls and .xlsx) file. This utility performs advanced and excellent recovery of corrupted ms excel file.You can easily download the trial version of Excel recovery software from here http://www.excelrepairtool.com/

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Wrong Problem

by dogknees In reply to Recovery of Excel File

She deleted the files, they aren't corrupted.

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Follow these steps:

by BOBBYDILINGERs In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

Follow these steps:
1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Uninstall a program under Programs and Features.
2. Select Microsoft Office.
3. Click Change, and then wait while the change and repair is carried out.
4. Exit after the process is completed.
5. Double-click the Excel file that you want to open or open the file through an HTML link as you could by using previous versions of the program.
That’s Microsoft advice.
My advice to you, try to install some recovery tool, for example free demo of recovery tooIbox for Excel. Full program is not free, but demo is enough for your problem, I suppose. You can download it here: http://goo.gl/LbwMHS If it doesn’t help read this topic. There is some more ways to recover your .xls file. https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140714033305AAxqISI

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Follow these steps:

by BOBBYDILINGERs In reply to How to recover deleted Ex ...

Follow these steps:
1. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Programs, and then click Uninstall a program under Programs and Features.
2. Select Microsoft Office.
3. Click Change, and then wait while the change and repair is carried out.
4. Exit after the process is completed.
5. Double-click the Excel file that you want to open or open the file through an HTML link as you could by using previous versions of the program.
That’s Microsoft advice.
My advice to you, try to install some recovery tool, for example free demo of recovery tooIbox for Excel. Full program is not free, but demo is enough for your problem, I suppose. You can download it here: http://goo.gl/LbwMHS If it doesn’t help read this topic. There is some more ways to recover your .xls file. https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20140714033305AAxqISI

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