Greetings,Thank you for your question and your time today.My name is Jason and I will be the expert working with you today to help resolve your problem.Can you please, elaborate on your issue?
What exactly occurred?
If upon closing Excel, you were asked to save and you chose "No", there is absolutely no way to retrieve that data. However, if the problem is not as I explained above, it may be possible.
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Unfortunately upon closing Excel, I hit 'do not save'=looks like i am dead.
Yes, that is correct. I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
Do I need to pay for this news ?
Once you click "Do not save", you tell Excel to erase the changes that it may have saved in memory.
Do I need to pay for this bad news ?
You asked a question and I gave the correct answer. If you wish, I can send up a refund request, which means I am not paid for my time.
I do not have control over the truth and how things work. If I did, it would be different.
Understand you did help me however it only took 1 min and 1 line to tell me-we did not do any recovery etc etc ?
I have been here for 10 minutes.
I am not here to debate this.
If you are not happy, please, do not leave feedback. I will just send up a refund request.
The fact is, you asked a question and I gave the correct answer.
If that is the case, please, let me know so I can send the refund request and continue working.
I am seeking a refund please.
I will close this now.
No apologies are needed.
Hi Jason-you told me that I could not recover my spread sheet because I hit 'don not save"---I requested a refund which you said you would request-Thank You.
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