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Do not worry, if your auto save is on then you can find the last version in your library just follow the steps go to the path and see if you can see the document
/Users/"your user name"/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/Office/Office AutoRecovery
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Thanks for your feedback. Please running the following command from the terminal from the home directory.
find * -iname 'autorec*'
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Thanks do you run time machine on you machine?
Thanks Please look at this steps for me .
Open the document, then choose File > Revert To > Browse All Versions. > Click tick marks along the timeline to browse versions.> Display the version you want, then do one of the following:>To restore your document to this version, click Restore.
have you browse all versions to see if you pickup your document ?? Yes you use the revert under files
Thanks pick time line and see if you see the document for the timeline you looking for.
Thanks ...please see if this will work for you ?? Open your file (the one that has been overwritten). Click on the “File” tab at the top of the Microsoft Word tool bar. Click “Info” > “Versions” and select your desired version. Click the “Restore” button at the top of the document.