“Hi everyone! Recently while deleting unnecessary files from my system I accidentally chose some important documents file and deleted those files using Shift + Delete keys. As a result, I lost all those files and I don't have a backup of it. Can anyone suggest me how to perform Windows 10 Word document recovery?”.
Many users post such queries expecting a secure data recovery solution when they encounter with such deletion or loss of Word file from the system or any storage device. But don’t get worried irrespective of the reason for deletion or loss of MS Word 2010 documents. In such a situation, the Office File Recovery software which can easily perform Windows 10 Word document recovery within a few clicks of the mouse. This software can also recover deleted or lost PPTX, PPT, PPS, XSL, XSLX and PST files.
Scenarios behind Deletion or Loss of Microsoft Word 2010 Documents Files:
There could be even other reasons behind deletion or loss of MS Word 2010 documents on your system. But you can recover Microsoft 2010 Word document using Office File Recovery software within a few minutes. A user will be able to restore Microsoft Word 2010 document from different versions such as Word 2016, 2013, 2007, 2003, 2002, 2000, etc. This software is free from all malware or virus programs. It is available online for the users to MS Word 2010 document recovery without any issues. With the implementation of this software, you can recover crashed Office 2016 files within a few mouse clicks.
Features of the Office File Recovery software:
Step 1: Launch the Office File Recovery application on your system. Choose Recover Files from the home screen options. You are also required to mention the drive that stored deleted or lost Word files. Now hit on the Scan button.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step 2: The software initiates the scan on the drive that you specified.
Figure 2: Scanning for Files
Step 3: View the restored files using File Type View and Data View layouts.
Figure 3: Recovered Files
Step 4: Verify the recovered files and mark them for saving.
Figure 4: Preview
Step 5: Pick a suitable storage drive location to save the files. Click on the Save icon.
Figure 5: Save Recovered Files