Have you lost your precious MS Office files from the hard disk? Microsoft provided a wonderful MS Office application that comprises of many useful applications like MS Word document, PowerPoint Presentation, MS Excel, etc. Well, there are chances of losing those files due to virus attacks, accidental format of the drive, file system error, corrupt, etc. In case, if you have lost your precious Office files due to any reasons then you need the best recovery software to regain those files. Office File Recovery software one finest solution that is capable of rescuing lost MS Access files, DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX. PST, XSLX, XLS, etc. with irrespective of the cause for file loss. This program also restores MS Office files from different storage devices like USB drive, SSD, FireWire, Memory sticks, SSD, flash cards, external hard drive, etc.
You no longer have to worry about Office files lost due to any of the above-mentioned scenarios because you can easily retrieve those files using this highly-skilled tool. It’s a wonderful tool to the rescue deleted PST files of all popular versions of MS Outlook. Moreover, this tool supports the rescue of Office files on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. A demo version of this tool is freely available for you to check the efficiency of restoring missing Office files from the hard drive. If you are satisfied with the obtained results then buy the paid version software to save rescued files from the demo version. Click here to know more information about this tool.
Step 1: Launch the Office File Recovery tool on your PC. Select "Recover Files" option from the main screen as depicted in figure 1. Continue to choose the logical drive that is to be scanned for missing Office files. Hit on the Scan button to begin the recovery process.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: The program continues to scan the drive you selected.
Figure 2: Scanning for Files
Step 3: When the scanning is complete, the recovered files are listed in a new screen. Check for your files in File Type View and Data View. layouts.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Preview the files and proceed to mark them for saving.
Figure 4: Preview
Step 5: Select an output folder location to save files and click on the Save button.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files