This is really really urgent...I have to submit reports and all the data is on my laptop as word files (unfortnately i do not have any backup and the deadline is approaching)..i was working on my toshiba satellite laptopn (windows xp home) and it recieved a blue screen error, while trying to open the word document. it said that i shoud go for a diagnostic test or check memory for faulty parts. this was followed by restart of the laptop and i restored it to an earlier restore point. None of the word files open now, though on being clicked for some time it does look like the laptop is processing, but after a while nothing happens and it just hangs. I would be really really helpful if i cd get any help in this regard...its really urgent...and yeah i also tried deleting the normal.com files, after which microsoft word opened only once and not after that
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System restore will not restore any data files, only system files.
Databases normally need periodic sorting as their indexes get corrupted. I don't use any microripoffsoft stuff, only Open Office and iMac. Try reindexing your file with Open Office
First one apply short guide, second make use of http://www.mdb.openfiletool.com/ MDB Open File Tool
· Launch the Microsoft Access application, but do not try to open the corrupted MDB file.· Go to "Tools" in the top menu bar, expand the "Database Utilities" submenu and select the "Compact and Repair Database" option if you are using Access 2002 or 2003. If you are using Access 2007 or 2010, you can find the "Compact and Repair Database" option by clicking the Microsoft Office button and going to the "Manage" menu.· Highlight the MDB file that you want to restore and click the "Compact" button.· Enter a name for a new database file, which will contain the restored data from the damaged MDB file.· Navigate to the location on your hard drive where you want to save the restored version of the file.· Click the "Save" button. Access will now compact and repair the MDB file and save a restored version in the location you selected.
Inbox repair tool(scanpst) is the best tool that can be used when you are finding any difficulties to connect your inbox folders or pst files or it is reporting that your Inbox folders or Outlook PST file may be damaged in Microsoft Office Outlook 2000 (or higher).Scanpst is a tiny tool installed by default when installing Microsoft Office 2000 or higher.
PST files or Personal Folder Files are used by Microsoft Outlook for storing Outlook data, including mailbox files, email folders, contacts or any other personal data related to Microsoft Outlook.
see the step by step instruction here http://soluzia.net/How-to-repair-Outlook-folders-using-the-Inbox-Repair-Tool.php
this needs to be programmed - i.e. when you submit the form it needs to be submitted to something (e.g. java servlet, php script, etc.) that will take the data and insert it into a data store (access, excel, mysql, oracle, etc.)
The newer versions of QuickBooks should be able to read the older versions files. You may get a message about updaing the data.
Many people have been reporting issues with Xp after service pack 3 came out, and was then pulled by Microsoft.
If your system did get the service pack 3 update, it may actually take a microsoft tech to undo the update successfully.
You can simply select an area in Excel copy it and paste it into your word document, but embedding allows the data in your Word document to be automatically updated as you change the figures in the Excel Worksheet.
The key is to import the data and not open the file directly.
1. Open a Blank Workbook in Excel.
2. Data, Get External Data, Import Data. (Excel 2007 is Data, Get External Data, Data from Text)
3. Browse to your .csv file and Select "Import".
4. Import Wizard should appear.
5. Page 1 Select "Delimited"
6. Select the row which you want to start the import.
7. click "Next"
8. In the Delimiters, select "semicolon" and/or other delimiters you are using.
Note: The bottom half of the window will preview the way the data is to be imported.
9. click "Next"
10. highlight each column of your data in the window below. For each column you can specify "General", "Text", "Data", or "do not import column" using the radio buttons in the top left of the Wizard box. This is an optional step.
11. Click Finish.
I hope that helps. Please add a comment if it not clear.