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The original document might not have been removed from the computer. Follow these steps to see whether you can find the document:
If the search details pane does not contain the document that you are looking for, you might have typed the file name incorrectly or the document might have a different name. Follow these steps to search for all Word documents:
Method 2: Search for Word backup files
If the previous method did not work for you, the main document might be gone. But there might be a backup copy of the document available. The Always create backup copy setting in Word creates backup copies of every document that you create.First, follow one of these steps to see whether the Always create backup copy setting is enabled:
Then, if the Always create backup copy setting is not selected, go to method 3: "Force Word to try to recover a file."If the Always create backup copy setting is selected, follow these steps to find the backup copy of the lost document:
Method 3: Force Word to try to recover a file
If Word did not create a backup copy of the document, you might be able to use the AutoRecover feature to recover the lost document.Note The AutoRecover feature in Word performs an emergency backup of open documents when an error occurs. Some errors can interfere with creating an AutoRecover file. The AutoRecover feature is not a substitute for saving the document.If the Save AutoRecover information every  minutes option is selected, Word creates a temporary AutoRecover file that includes the latest changes in the document. Every time that Word starts, it searches for AutoRecover files. If Word finds any AutoRecover files, it displays the files that it finds in the Document Recovery task pane.First, to see whether the Save AutoRecover information every  minutes option is selected, use one of the following steps:
Then, if the Save AutoRecover information every  minutes option is selected, try closing Word and reopening it. If the AutoRecover task pane appears on the left side of the screen, click the lost document to restore it.If the Save AutoRecover information every  minutes option is not selected, you can try to force Word to recover the document.Use one of the following steps to force Word to recover the document:
Method 4: Manually recover AutoRecover files
If Word could not open the AutoRecover file automatically or through the Open and Repair option, the AutoRecover file might be saved in a nondefault location. You might have to look for the AutoRecover file manually.Follow these steps to search for AutoRecover files manually:
If a file that is named DocumentName.asd appears in the details pane, follow these steps to open the document:
If Word finds the AutoRecover file, the Document Recovery task pane opens on the left side of the screen, and the lost document is listed as DocumentName [Original] or as DocumentName [Recovered]. If this occurs, perform one of the following actions:
Note If an AutoRecover file in the Recovery pane does not open correctly, go to the "How to troubleshoot damaged documents" section for more information about how to open damaged files.
Method 5: Search for temporary files
If you could not find an AutoRecover file or a backup of the lost document, you might be able to recover the document from your temporary files.To search for the lost document in your temporary files, follow these steps:
If you find the document that you are looking for, go to the "How to troubleshoot damaged documents" section for more information about how to recover information from the document.
Method 6: Search for ~ files
Some temporary file names start with the tilde (~) symbol. These files might not appear in the list of temporary files that you found in method 5: "Search for temporary files."Follow these steps to find any files that begin with ~:
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okay, did you try these steps>
Click the Office button in the screen's upper-left corner and click "Word Options" to open the Word Options window.
Click "Save" in the window's sidebar.
Copy the file path in the "AutoRecover File Location" field. For example, this path may be:C:\Users\abcd\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Word\
Press the Windows key and "R" to launch the Run dialog box. Paste the copied file path into the box and click "OK" to open the directory.
Double-click a Word file in the directory to recover your unsaved file.
if those options fail then you can try a third party software download>
You can Recover Lost Word Documents in Windows 10 with EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard
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I wish it would have been successful . It sounds like they are permanently deleted. Sorry.