Microsoft Access is a part of the Microsoft Office Suite. Microsoft Access is a database management tool used for the purpose of gathering and understanding all your information related to different attributes such as your contact details, inventory and guest lists. It is one of the convenient tools for storing necessary information for further analysis. It has the ability to manage huge database compared to Microsoft Excel and other spreadsheet applications. The advantages of Microsoft Access are many but the most prominent advantages are as follows:
Access has a .mdb extension by default, whereas Microsoft Word has the .doc extension. But the newer version of Access i.e. Access 2007 comes with .accdb extension. Older versions of Access cannot read .accdb extensions but Microsoft Access 2007 can read and change earlier versions of Access.
There are certain circumstances under which you may lose/delete Access file.
If ever you come across to circumstances as discussed above then don’t get panic because there is always a way out. You can easily recover back your lost/deleted Access file by restoring data from the backup that you maintained. But, in case if this option is not available then you need to use proficient Access file recovery software to retrieve back all your lost/deleted Access files. Office File Recovery Software is the best solution to revive MS Access files.
It also has the ability to recover deleted Word document with utmost ease. This software can easily restore lost MS Word DOC files and compatible with all the versions of Microsoft Windows Operating System such as Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008. Some other features are listed down below:
Step 1: Download and install the Office File Recovery software on your computer. The main window displays as shown in Figure 1. You need to click on the Recover Files option. Further specify the drive that stored your lost or deleted MS Access files and click on the Scan icon.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: The tool proceeds to scan the storage for MS Access files as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Scanning for Files
Step 3: All the recovered files are dispalyed in File Type View and Data View layouts.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: You can verify your files by simply rifgt-clicking on the file item.
Figure 4: Preview
Step 5: Choose a target location to save restore MS Office files and hit on the Save button.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files