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Auto Save MS Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007 To Prevent Data Loss

Updated on July 18, 2011

For day to day academic needs or other purposes, many people use Microsoft Office 2007. People use Microsoft Office 2010 for creating documents or creating useful spreadsheets or for preparing presentation. Now, think you are working a lots of your documents or spreadsheets or PowerPoint presentation, the power of your computer or laptop is off or you accidently hit the power button of your computer or mistakenly close the file which you are working without saving your work. What happened? Fully loss of your work and efforts and nothing else. To solve this type of situation, the auto save option of Microsoft Office 2007 works great. This may save you this type of situation. This hubpage describes you a nice tutorial of auto save MS Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007 to prevent data loss.

Steps to Auto Save MS Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007 To Prevent Data Loss

Follow the following steps to auto save MS Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007 To prevent data loss:

[Step 1] At first, open the Microsoft Office 2007 file. In this example, I open a Microsoft Office Word 2007 file. But the steps will be applicable for all type of Microsoft Office Word 2007, Excel 2007, PowerPoint 2007file.

[Step 2] Click on Customize Quick Access Toolbar at the top of the opened file and a drop down menu will be appeared. Choose More Commands... form the drop down toolbar.

[Step 3] After Step 2, a new window will be popped up. Select Save option from the left menu and you will find Save AutoRecover information ever 10 minutes. You just have to choose the minutes to auto save option. By default the auto save option is 10 minutes interval. You choose any value according to your need.

[Step 4] At last, click on OK button to save the settings. And that's all. Thus the Auto Save option has been saved.

By applying all the above steps, you can easily enable or change the auto-recover interval and you can recover your work in case of an accidental crash / closure or shutdown of your Microsoft Office 2007 or computer. It is mentionable, throughout this tutorial I only mention for Microsoft Office 2007 auto save option. For other office 2007 programs, the option remains same. Hope, you are now able to enable autosave option and can easily recover all the data easily.

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