Question about Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC
Can a corrupted file in MS Publisher 2007 be fixed? The file is a 68-page book (text and graphics) that I am editing for a client. AutoRecover was/is switched on but there is no (Recovered) file. I have added the PromptForBadFile key to the registry, but this doesn't work. Hope you can help!
You can Recover your Damaged file with help of data recovery software there are so may third party data recovery software which help you one of them is
Kernel Recovery for Publisher software you can download this software from here
Posted on Jul 05, 2012
Can't be done unless you're a software engineer with inside understanding of that file format. Current solutions either only pull the text out with some of formatting (Recoveronix' Office Recovery for Publisher) or work only on earlier versions of Publisher (Kernel and its various permutations).
Sorry, you're (actually we're--I have a corrupted Publisher file, too) screwed!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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