Microsoft Office applications are used by millions of people across the world on a daily basis. While knowing how to smartly work with Office tools like Excel, Word, and PowerPoint is something most users are aware of, dealing with issues like corruption in MS Office files is a totally different ball game. In this article, that’s what we’re focusing on.
Creating a detailed travel plan, making a list of your monthly work assignments, calculating the total of hundreds of petty transactions, or designing a presentation for work, if you’ve ever done any of those using your computer, you’ve probably worked with MS Office. Word, Excel and PowerPoint have become household names thanks to their utility and ease-of-use. Technically sound as well as everyday home users know how to work with Office applications. The suite is reliable, easy to work around, and customizable.
Now keep the good part aside for a few seconds and consider what happens if the files you create using Word / Excel / PowerPoint get damaged. It has happened to all of us. One day we save an Excel sheet after putting in hours of work only to discover that all of the data is appearing gibberish the next day. All that we’re left with is the thought – how did that happen?!
The reason behind such a catastrophe is file corruption, and if you’re thinking why your Office files got corrupted while the system appears to be running just fine, here are a few questions that might aid your understanding:
If the answer to most of those question was a ‘Yes’, no wonder your Office files got corrupted. In this case, the only way to regain access to all your data is to repair the file.
Use one of the below-mentioned methods:
Repairing MS Office documents is a surprisingly easy task, and it is made possible through an inbuilt “Open and Repair” utility. Here’s how you can use this utility to repair corrupt PowerPoint files, Word files, and Excel files.
If the above mentioned technique doesn’t work, there might be an issue with the system and registry files associated with MS Office. To repair MS Office installation:
We often install add-ins to augment the functionality of our existing applications, but faulty or bugged add-ins can prove to be a pain. Office file corruption is one of the side-effects of messed up add-ins. Thus, removing them could be a solution to the issue.
The above-mentioned techniques might be easy to follow and free of cost, but there’s no guarantee they’ll work. Not to mention the risk of further worsening the corruption in files.
A safer, more accurate and reliable method to repair corrupt Office files is using Stellar Toolkit for File Repair. This software bundle comprises of 4 handy utilities that help you repair even severely corrupted MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and Zip files. Armed with powerful scanning algorithms, a fully interactive GUI, and the benefit of saving all data previously stored within damaged files into new blank files, this product proves to be a one-stop solution to MS Office troubles.
Follow the below-mentioned steps to repair Office documents:
Priyanka is a technology expert working for key technology domains that revolve around Data Recovery and related software's. She got expertise on related subjects like SQL Database, Access Database, QuickBooks, and Microsoft Excel. Loves to write on different technology and data recovery subjects on regular basis. Technology freak who always found exploring neo-tech subjects, when not writing, research is something that keeps her going in life.
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