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Question by Mike
Submitted on 3/12/2004
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Is it possible to restore spreadsheet data that has been overwritten? Sometime when I click on the open folder button to open an excel spreadsheet the folder button quickly turns into a disk button and instead of opening the existing spreadsheet I'm saving  the blank spreadsheet and overwriting my existing spreadsheet. In the past I've always stopped before overwriting the existing spreadsheet but today when I tried to open a spreadsheet I use a lot I founds it blank,.. the only thing I can think of is that I must have overwritten it. Can anyone help me retrieve the missing info?


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