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Have you done this steps ??
Once you are in the terminal copy this phrase: "open $TMPDIR" and press ENTER. That will open your Temporary files folder where you will see another folder named "Temporaryitems"
Open up the "Temporaryitems" folder and you will find your lost file, that even AutoRecovery could not find. However when you do find your file, make sure you open up the document with "TextEdit" because a .tmp file will not work with Word.
An example name of your lost document will be "WordWorkfile D-57238.tmp"
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have you done what I ask you to do?
Also look at this steps please.
Close Word- Open the folder containing the word document- Right click the Word Document and choose Properties- Click the "Previous Versions" tab- Choose a date in the list from before you made the save.- Click the Copy button- Save the file somewhere- Open the file that was just saved somewhere else
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Thanks for the feedback what version of office do you use??