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My word file may be infected by virus and not open now. when i open it will convert in the symbolic language

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You need to scan ur computer for virues
buy a antivirues and scan ur computer
it may be due to improper saving of the file or restarting of the pc in mid way
so u need to check all this situations.
if it is due to virues attack then u can recovery ur file but if due to some techinicall fault then i am sorry

hoping for the best
good day

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