Recovery Toolbox for Word 1.1.14
Recover data from damaged and corrupted Microsoft Word and Rich Text files
Recovery Toolbox for Word is used to effectively recover information from corrupted Microsoft Word documents and templates. It allows users to avoid losing data important for them. Indeed, Microsoft Word is nowadays the most popular tool for creating any documents, including corporate ones. Recovery Toolbox for Word works like this. First, the program scans and analyzes the source file. During this process, it extracts any information that can be extracted from it. In case the document is seriously damaged, part of the data may be permanently lost. All recovered information is displayed on the screen for the user to be able to check it. The user can make sure that the information is up-to-date and export data to Microsoft Word or save it to a plain text file with literally two mouse clicks. It makes this information available for any type of processing. It is also quite important that the source file is not modified. The program only reads information from it.
Recovery Toolbox for Word can work with text files of various formats: Microsoft Word documents and templates of various versions (.doc, .docx, .dot, .dotx files) and Rich Text documents (.rtf files). Tool can fix Word file docx of Office 2007. You can use it to recover only text, without any formatting or any images embedded into the source document. Recovery Toolbox for Word does the following:
- The Word fix tool recover information from corrupted Microsoft Word documents and templates located on corrupted media (floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, Zip drives, etc.)
- The Word fix tool recover information from corrupted Microsoft Word documents and templates via the local area network
- Export the recovered information both to Microsoft Word and to a plain text file One of the main features in Recovery Toolbox for Word is how extremely easy it is to use it. The entire process of using this tool is implemented in the form of a step-by-step wizard in each step of which the user has to perform only one action.
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