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Urgent help!

Discussion in 'Computer Related Help & Discussion' started by Barney, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. pachinkofan

    pachinkofan Well-Known Member

    I take it you didn't have some sort of removeable memory in the Laptop, e.g. mp3 player/stick etc that it might have been saved to.

    Failing that the only other thing I could suggest is to open the prog, and file save as to see which directory it's been saving in, just in case it's changed from the directory you usually use.
     
  2. PeteRob

    PeteRob Well-Known Member

    with MS Outlook you can save changes to attachments inside documents but you have to say yes to save the changed document as well. If I am editing an email attachment someone sent me then I often reply and copy the file to the new email (or forward) then edit the file and send or save it as a draft. Suggest look in drafts folder for emails. Otherwise I think there is little chance of getting the file back. It sounds as if your system is set up to automatically clear temporary internet files. I doubt Powerpoint keeps its own working copy independently of saved ones.
     

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