Mac Word File Recovery

MS Word for Macintosh machines has been introduced in the year 1995 whose first version was Word 98 which included the Word 97 features that was created for Windows OS. It has Ribbon like features known as Elements Gallery which was used to select page layouts and custom image, a Notebook layout view that take down notes either by typing or by voice and also includes the basic features of Windows Word 97.


Data loss on Mac –

It is really annoying & disturbing when a very important document that you have been working on is accidentally deleted by you or any other person accessing your system. You might think that the files are lost forever but the truth is that the files are retrievable until they are not overwritten by some other file. To achieve this you need a professional Word recovery tool, that will help you in restoring deleted / lost Word files.

Consider a scenario, you are creating a very important report using Word on your Mac OS & by mistake it got deleted or your system got shut down due to some reasons. When you restarted it, that file is gone. How will you feel? It is like a worst nightmare & nobody wants it to become a reality. The reason for the sudden shutdown might be a virus infection or you might be installing a third – party software in the background & it forcibly restarted your system. The files that are opened in this stage are more likely to get deleted.

There are several reasons that might cause data loss on your Mac machine. Unintentional formatting of the wrong volume can cause a huge loss of files, so better be careful while formatting a drive. When a system is used to access the internet without a proper anti-virus installed in it, viruses are likely to get introduced in it. And when these viruses encounter the files present on the system, they might corrupt or even delete them. The virus may also corrupt the file system that makes all the files & applications useless. If Word document 2013 get deleted due to this scenario, then you can refer this link: http://www.recoverworddoc.com/recover-deleted-word-document-2013.html

While transferring files from the system to an external storage device or vice versa, if any kind of interruption happens, then also the files that are being transferred are are likely to get deleted or lost. If the external device is removed improperly from the system then also files might get deleted. So, always use the proper way of ejecting external devices from the system.

Why to use Recover Word tool?

Recover Word tool has a built-in advanced scanning algorithm that is capable of finding lost or deleted data from your Mac machine. It can restore deleted Word files in a simple manner & without any difficulty. It provides a fast & effective way to retrieve deleted  / lost files from Mac. The tool has a wizard style interface that can be operated by a computer novice too. Using this software the user can also recover Word files from USB drive, external hard drive, memory cards & internal Mac drives. The tool is capable to retrieve over 300 file types including documents, media files, application files, etc. The Save Recovery session helps in avoiding rescanning of the entire hard drive after you purchase the full version. You can easily recover Word 2010 document & files created in other MS Word versions.

How to perform Word Recovery Mac?

Step 1 – Download & install the tool & launch it from the desktop shortcut or the applications folder.

Step 2 – From the main screen select “Recover Files” option.

Word Recovery Mac - Main Screen

Step 3 – Choose either “Recover Deleted Files” option or “Recover Lost Files” option from the next screen.

Word Recovery Mac - Recover Deleted / Lost Files

Step 4 – Now select the affected volume & hit the next arrow button.

Word Recovery Mac - Select Drive

Step 5 – The scanning process will start. After it is finished, a list of recovered files is generated. Preview & save the recovered files.

Word Recovery Mac - Save Recovered Files

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