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Loss of modified hotmail file

Posted on 2008-10-04
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I have searched for the lost data, stored with hotmail ppt file open, and changes made, in the temo file, but it is not there. Any alternative solutions ?
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Unfortunately, no.

I assume you clicked open when downloading it for the first time and then saved it to the same location.

There is no way for me to know exactly where you saved it to... default would be the same as in the last response...

C:\Users\(User Name)\AppData\Local\Temp

It should be there if that is what you did. Make sure you can view hidden folders (folder options/show hidden folders)
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