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Posted on 2012-03-15
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a user has over-written an excel file, no previous backups of that file.

any way to retrieve it or undo after its been closed?
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Unfortunately, no.  If it was deleted, maybe, but if it was overwritten, no

However, depending on your Excel version you might have some type of file recovery option.  Hit F1(Help) and type "file recovery" or "document recovery" and check out the options, then you can see if this was setup in your implementation of Excel.

Dave
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