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You can try:
1. go to your "Recycle Bin" and search for any semblance of the document. The filename maybe different as well as the extension. You can try use Notepad to view the text contents or even MS Word if allowed;
2. go to your c:\Documents and Settings\"your username"\Local Settings\Temp. Do the same as in #1;
3. Use a file recovery program. Do a Google for freeware. A good one (though paid) is GetDataBack.
Since it was not saved, you might be able to only recover part of the contents (if ever).
Hope this be of help. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
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