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This article describes how to identify a damaged document in Word and later versions. Additionally, this article includes steps that explain how to recover the text and data that is contained in a document after you have identified the document as damaged. This article is intended for a beginning to intermediate computer user.
You may find it easier to follow the steps if you print this article first. How to identify a damaged document.
Check for strange behavior Many damaged documents exhibit strange behavior. This behavior may be related to damage to the document or to the template on which the document is based.
This behavior may include the following: Repeatedly renumbers the existing pages in the document Repeatedly redoes the page breaks in the document Incorrect document layout and formatting Unreadable characters safuvati the screen Error messages during processing A computer that stops responding when you open the file Any other unexpected behavior that cannot be dokkument to the typical operation of the program If the document shows any of these symptoms, or if you cannot open the document, go to method 2.
Check other documents and programs Sometimes, this behavior may be caused by factors other than document damage. To eliminate these other factors, follow these steps: Look for similar behavior in other documents.
Look for similar behavior in other Microsoft Office programs. If any of these steps indicate that the problem ddokument not in the document, you will sacuvaati have to troubleshoot Word, the Office suite, or the operating system that is running on the computer. Troubleshooting steps to try if you can open the damaged document. Change the template that is used by the document Step 1: Determine the template that is used by the document Open the problem document in Word.
In Word, click File on the Ribbon, and then click Options. The Document template box will list the template that is used by the document.
How to troubleshoot damaged documents in Word
If the template listed is Normalgo to step 2. Otherwise, go to step 3.
Rename the global template Normal. Troubleshooting steps to try if the damaged document does not open. Open the damaged document in draft mode without updating links Step 1: Configure Word Start Word. On the View tab, click Draft in the Document Views group. Open the damaged document Start Word. In Word, uu the File Menuand then click Open. Click the damaged document, dooument then click Open.
Sacjvati you can open the document, close the document and then reopen it by using method 6, and repair the document.
Otherwise go to method 2. Insert the document as a file in a new document Step 1: Click Blank documentand then click Create. Note You may have to reapply some formatting to the last section of the new document.
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In the Insert File dialog box, locate and then click the damaged document. Create a link to the damaged document Step 1: In the new document, type This is a test. In Word, click the File Menuand then click Save.
Type Rescue linkand then click Save. Create link Select the text you typed in step 1c.
On the Home tab, click Copy in the Clipboard group. In Word, click the File Menuand then click New. On the Home tab, click the arrow on the Paste button in the Clipboard group, and then click Paste Special.
Change the link to the damaged document Right-click the linked text in the document, point to Linked Document Objectand then click Links. In the Links dialog box, click the file name of the linked document, and then click Change Source.
In the Change Source dialog box, click the document that you cannot open, and then click Open. Click OK to close the Links dialog box. Note The information from the damaged document will appear if there was any recoverable data or text. Right-click the linked text, point to Linked Document Objectand then click Links.
In the Links dialog sokument, click Break Link. When you receive the following message, click Yes: Are you sure you want to break the selected links? Bosna i Hercegovina – Hrvatski. Crna Gora – Srpski. Indonesia Sacuvzti – Bahasa.
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