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how do i access autorecover files visio?

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I running windows Xp and running visio 2007. I had a power outage, and when I open the visio drawing it said it was corupt and could not open it. Prior to the  power outage the auto recovery saved the drawing sevreal times. The problem I have is that I can't locate the auto recovery drawing. I have no idea where viso stores the files and what the nameing covention is. Also if I am able to find the file, what is the recover process. Thanks so much for you help
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Take a look at this article, especially Method 3 under the heading "Methods to  try if you cannot open a drawing"
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/826418
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