Excel found unreadable content


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mdarling

I received this message while opening spreadsheet I had been working on. When
I looked at the data, most of it was intact, but several cells had their
information deleted. I was able to restore the data from backups, but I'm
owrried that I might encounter the same problem. Does anyone have suggestions
for how to avoid this coming up, or how I might restore the data if I don't
have it backed up?
 
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Alan124

I received this message while opening spreadsheet I had been working on. When
I looked at the data, most of it was intact, but several cells had their
information deleted. I was able to restore the data from backups, but I'm
owrried that I might encounter the same problem. Does anyone have suggestions
for how to avoid this coming up, or how I might restore the data if I don't
have it backed up?
Hi,

If you don't have a backup, you can try a popular Excel file recovery
tool called Advanced Excel Repair to repair your Excel file. It is a
powerful tool to repair corrupt or damaged Excel files.

Detailed information about Advanced Excel Repair can be found at
http://www.datanumen.com/aer/

And you can also download a free demo version at http://www.datanumen.com/aer/aer.exe

The program once helped me a lot.

Alan
 

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