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Sir,  I have been worked in an Excel Worksheet and Saved the file periodically (File Name - Known and the Saved Location is Unknown).  Immediately the System became Hang and I wait for a long time and then Using Windows Task Manager I have closed excel and the file i Have saved was not found. Can you help to recover the file.?

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Normally all the MS office files saved in my documents folder, check at this location, otherwise the file will appears in file menu of excel at the top of recent used file. you can also find the file in most recent save document in start menu.

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