Recover Office Files
Recover Microsoft Office documents – How? How can I recover Office files? How do I recover Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access documents?
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Office file Recovery
Microsoft Office is a proprietary commercial office suite of inter-related desktop applications, servers and services for the Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems, introduced by Microsoft. Initially a marketing term for a bundled set of applications, the first version of Office contained Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint. Over the years, Office applications have grown substantially closer with shared features such as a common spell checker, OLE data integration and Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications scripting language. Microsoft also positions Office as a development platform for line-of-business software under the Office Business Applications brand. According to Forrester Research, as of June, some version of Microsoft Office is used in 80% of enterprises, with 64% of enterprises using Office.
Office recovery software is designed to recover corrupt, lost, erased, damaged Office documents of all types.
Recover Microsoft Word documents
Microsoft Word is a word processor and was previously considered to be the main program in Office. Its proprietary DOC format is considered a de facto standard, although Word can also use a new XML-based, Microsoft Office-optimized format called .DOCX which has been standardized by Ecma International as Office Open XML and its SP2 update will support ODF and PDF. Word is also available in some editions of Microsoft Works. It is available for the Windows and Mac platforms. The first version of Word, released in the autumn, was for the MS-DOS operating system and had the distinction of introducing the mouse to a broad population. Word 1.0 could be purchased with a bundled mouse, though none was required. Following the precedents of LisaWrite and MacWrite, Word for Macintosh attempted to add closer WYSIWYG features into its package. Word for Mac was released. Word for Mac was the first graphical version of Microsoft Word. Despite its bugginess, It became one of the most popular Mac applications.
Word recovery software can recover lost, deleted, erased Word files and even Word documents from formatted hard disk drives.
Recover Microsoft Excel files
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet program which originally competed with the dominant Lotus 1-2-3, but eventually outsold it. It is available for the Windows and Mac platforms. Microsoft released the first version of Excel for the Mac, and the first Windows version in November.
Recover Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Entourage emails
Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager and e-mail communication software. The replacement for Windows Messaging, Microsoft Mail and Schedule+ starting in Office 97, it includes an e-mail client, calendar, task manager and address book.
On the Mac, Microsoft offered several versions of Outlook in the late 1990s, but only for use with Microsoft Exchange Server. In Office 2001, it introduced an alternative application with a slightly different feature set called Microsoft Entourage. It reintroduced Outlook in Office 2011, replacing Entourage.
Recover Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular presentation program for Windows and Mac. It is used to create slideshows, composed of text, graphics, movies and other objects, which can be displayed on-screen and navigated through by the presenter or printed out on transparencies or slides.
Recover files of Other desktop Office applications
- Microsoft Access — database manager
- Microsoft InfoPath — an application to design rich XML-based forms
- Microsoft OneNote — note-taking software for use with both tablet and conventional PCs
- Microsoft Project — project management software to keep track of events and to create network charts and Gantt charts
- Microsoft Publisher — desktop publishing software mostly used for designing brochures, labels, calendars, greeting cards, business cards, newsletters, and postcards.
- Microsoft SharePoint Workspace — a proprietary peer-to-peer collaboration software leveled at businesses
- Microsoft Visio — diagram and flowcharting software
- Microsoft Office InterConnect — business-relationship database available only in Japan
- Microsoft Office Picture Manager — basic photo management software , replaced Microsoft Photo Editor
Also recover deleted files, created by application are no longer branded as part of Microsoft Office:
- Microsoft SharePoint Designer — a WYSIWYG HTML editor and web design program for customizing SharePoint applications, it replaces Microsoft FrontPage
- Microsoft Lync — Integrated communications client for conferences and meetings in real time
Recover Office files of All types
Over the years, users became familiar with most of the common Microsoft Office file extensions, with .doc, .xls, and .ppt being probably the three most known ones. With the release of Office, Microsoft was trying to leave those well-known augmentations in the past and replace them with the new XML-based format that consists of 4-letter file extensions.
Microsoft Office documents are saved by using the new Office XML Formats, that have a new file name extensions that allow Office to differentiate these file format documents from binary documents used by previous Office versions. The new extensions borrow the old extensions from the existing binary files and add a letter to the end of the suffix. The default extensions for documents created in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint using the new file formats append the letter "x" and are .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx, respectively. Other Office document types that use the new file formats (including templates, add-ins, and PowerPoint shows) also received new extensions.
Another change introduced in the Office release is that there are different extensions for files that are macro-enabled versus those that are macro-free. Macro-enabled documents include a file name extension that ends with the letter "m" instead of an "x". For example, a macro-enabled Word document has the .docm extension, and thereby allows any user or software applications, to identify that it contains code, before the document is opened.
The file extensions introduced in Office are still being used by the latest Microsoft Office Editions, but the older three letter ones are still widespread, as a lot of older documents is still available in that file format.
Recover Office files with any extensions:
- accda file (accda) – Microsoft Access add-in file
- accdb file (accdb) – Microsoft Access database file [commonly used file type for accdb file extension]
- accdc file (accdc) – Microsoft Access digitally signed database file
- accde file (accde) – Microsoft Access compiled execute only file
- accdp file (accdp) – Microsoft Access project file
- accdr file (accdr) – Microsoft Access runtime mode database file
- accdt file (accdt) – Microsoft Access database template file [commonly used file type for accdt file extension]
- accdu file (accdu) – Microsoft Access database wizard file
- acl file (acl) – Microsoft Office automatic correction list
- ade file (ade) – Microsoft Access compiled project file
- adp file (adp) – Microsoft Access project file
- asd file (asd) – Microsoft Word auto-save document file
- cnv file (cnv) – Microsoft Word text conversion file
- doc file (doc) – Microsoft Word document file [commonly used file type for doc file extension]
- docm file (docm) – Microsoft Word Open XML macro-enabled document file [commonly used file type for docm file extension]
- docx file (docx) – Microsoft Word Open XML document file [commonly used file type for docx file extension]
- dot file (dot) – Microsoft Word document template file [commonly used file type for dot file extension]
- dotm file (dotm) – Microsoft Word Open XML macro-enabled document template file [commonly used file type for dotm file extension]
- dotx file (dotx) – Microsoft Word XML document template file [commonly used file type for dotx file extension]
- grv file (grv) – Microsoft SharePoint WorkSpace Groove file
- iaf file (iaf) – Microsoft Outlook exported account and email setting file
- laccdb file (laccdb) – Microsoft Access database lock file
- maf file (maf) – Microsoft Access form shortcut file
- mam file (mam) – Microsoft Access macro shortcut file
- maq file (maq) – Microsoft Access query shortcut file
- mar file (mar) – Microsoft Access report shortcut file
- mat file (mat) – Microsoft Access table shortcut file
- mda file (mda) – Microsoft Access add-in file
- mdb file (mdb) – Microsoft Access database file [commonly used file type for mdb file extension]
- mde file (mde) – Microsoft Access compiled database (application) file
- mdt file (mdt) – Microsoft Access database template file
- mdw file (mdw) – Microsoft Access workgroup information file
- mpp file (mpp) – Microsoft Project plan file [commonly used file type for mpp file extension]
- mpt file (mpt) – Microsoft Project template tile [commonly used file type for mpt file extension]
- msg file (msg) – Microsoft Outlook Mail message file
- oab file (oab) – Microsoft Outlook off-line address book file
- obi file (obi) – Microsoft Outlook RSS subscription file
- oft file (oft) – Microsoft Outlook template file
- olm file (olm) – Microsoft Outlook for Mac data file
- one file (one) – Microsoft OneNote document file [commonly used file type for one file extension]
- onepkg file (onepkg) – Microsoft OneNote package file [commonly used file type for onepkg file extension]
- ops file (ops) – Microsoft Office profile settings file
- ost file (ost) – Microsoft Outlook inbox off-line folder file
- pa file (pa) – Microsoft PowerPoint add-in file
- pip file (pip) – Microsoft Office personalized settings file
- pot file (pot) – Microsoft PowerPoint template file [commonly used file type for pot file extension]
- potm file (potm) – Microsoft PowerPoint macro-enabled Open XML template file
- potx file (potx) – Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML template file [commonly used file type for potx file extension]
- ppa file (ppa) – Microsoft PowerPoint add-in file
- ppam file (ppam) – Microsoft PowerPoint macro-enabled Open XML add-in file
- pps file (pps) – Microsoft PowerPoint complete slide show file [commonly used file type for pps file extension]
- ppsm file (ppsm) – Microsoft PowerPoint macro-enabled Open XML complete slide show file
- ppsx file (ppsx) – Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML complete slide show file [commonly used file type for ppsx file extension]
- ppt file (ppt) – Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation file [commonly used file type for ppt file extension]
- pptm file (pptm) – Microsoft PowerPoint macro-enabled Open XML presentation file [commonly used file type for pptm file extension]
- pptx file (pptx) – Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML presentation file [commonly used file type for pptx file extension]
- prf file (prf) – Microsoft Outlook profile file
- pst file (pst) – Microsoft Outlook personal folder file [commonly used file type for pst file extension]
- pub file (pub) – Microsoft Publisher document file [commonly used file type for pub file extension]
- puz file (puz) – Microsoft Publisher packed file
- rpmsg file (rpmsg) – Microsoft Restricted Permission Message file
- sldm file (sldm) – Microsoft PowerPoint macro-enabled Open XML slide file
- sldx file (sldx) – Microsoft PowerPoint Open XML slide file
- snp file (snp) – Microsoft Access report shapshot file [commonly used file type for snp file extension]
- svd file (svd) – Microsoft Word document autosave file
- thmx file (thmx) – Microsoft Office theme file [commonly used file type for thmx file extension]
- wbk file (wbk) – Microsoft Word auto-backup document file
- wll file (wll) – Microsoft Word add-in file
- xar file (xar) – Microsoft Excel AutoRecover backup file
- xl file (xl) – Microsoft Excel spreadsheet file
- xla file (xla) – Microsoft Excel add-in file
- xlam file (xlam) – Microsoft Excel Open XML macro-enabled add-in file
- xlb file (xlb) – Microsoft Excel Toolbars file
- xlc file (xlc) – Microsoft Excel Chart file
- xll file (xll) – Microsoft Excel add-in file
- xlm file (xlm) – Microsoft Excel Macro file
- xls file (xls) – Microsoft Excel workbook file [commonly used file type for xls file extension]
- xlsb file (xlsb) – Microsoft Excel binary workbook file
- xlsm file (xlsm) – Microsoft Excel Open XML macro-enabled workbook file [commonly used file type for xlsm file extension]
- xlsx file (xlsx) – Microsoft Excel Open XML workbook file [commonly used file type for xlsx file extension]
- xlt file (xlt) – Microsoft Excel Microsoft Excel Workbook template file
- xltm file (xltm) – Microsoft Excel Open XML macro-enabled workbook template file
- xltx file (xltx) – Microsoft Excel Open XML workbook template file
- xlw file (xlw) – Microsoft Excel Workspace file
- xsf file (xsf) – Microsoft Office InfoPath file
- xsn file (xsn) – Microsoft Office InfoPath template form file
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