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Giveaway of Office Recovery Wizard

Posted In Backup - Recover, Office tools - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016 With No Comments »

Get free the powerful office recovery tool – Office Recovery Wizard 2.1.1 for a limited time only! This tool allows you to recover lost documents produced by Microsoft Office 95-2010 such as: .docx, .xlsx, .pptx, .vsd, .pub, .rtf, .odt files.

What’s Office Recovery Wizard can do:

  • Recover documents, spreadsheets, presentations and publications produced by many office applications
  • Recover documents from healthy, damaged, corrupted, inaccessible and unbootable drives
  • Restore documents from formatted and repartitioned drives
  • Recover files from a variety of storage media (SSD, memory cards, USB drives etc.)
  • Save recovered files onto a different disk, burn a CD or DVD, or upload over FTP
  • Recover office documents without any office applications installed
  • Recover documents created with Microsoft Office 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 and 2010
  • Recover documents created with StartOffice, OpenOffice 1.x and OpenOffice 2.x

Office Recovery

Supported formats include:

  • PPTX – Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 Document
  • DOCX, DOCM – Microsoft Word 2007 Document
  • XLSX, XLSM, XLSB – Microsoft Excel 2007 Document
  • DOC – Microsoft Word Document
  • RTF – Rich Text files
  • XLS – Microsoft Excel Document
  • PPT – Microsoft PowerPoint Document
  • VSD – Microsoft Visio Drawing
  • PUB – Microsoft Publisher Document
  • MAX – 3D Max File
  • SDW – StarOffice Word
  • SDC – StarOffice Calc
  • SDA – StarOffice Drawing
  • SDD – StarOffice Presentation
  • ODT – OpenOffice 2 Text
  • ODS – OpenOffice 2 Spreadsheet
  • ODP – OpenOffice 2 Presentation
  • ODG – OpenOffice 2 Graphics

Office Recovery Wizard runs on Windows XP/ 2000/ 2003/ 2008/ Vista/ 7 (x32/x64).

Home page: http://wizardrecovery.com/office_recovery/office_recovery.php

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