There's nothing worse than dealing with a corrupted Excel file repair when you have a deadline to meet. Unfortunately, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets can become corrupted or damaged without warning, leading to catastrophic results. Trying to fix the problem can cause a headache, which is why SecureRecovery for Excel is such a great solution to have on hand when you need it most.
SecureRecovery for Excel is innovative software that provides a quick and effective recovery solution for all modern versions of Microsoft Excel. The most up-to-date version of SecureRecovery for Excel, 6.0, comes with a host of helpful features, including:
- A brand new user-friendly interface that offers multiple recovery options for Excel file repair
- Comprehensive support for Excel versions 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, 97, 95, and 5.0
In addition to recovery services, SecureRecovery for Excel includes full support for a variety of formats, including corrupted .xls file repair, .xlsx file repair, .or xla file repair, and various operations such as install and un-install operations. SecureRecovery for Excel even offers dedicated recovery for the following types of information within your Excel file:
- Merged Cells
- Text, Numbers, and Formulas
- Conditional Formatting
- Formulas with External Links to Files, Workbooks, and Pages
- Frozen Rows and Columns
- Sheet Names
- Multi-Sheet File Structures
- Filters (and their settings)
- Password Protected Files
- Embedded and Non-Embedded Charts
Demo Tool Evaluates Each File
The innovative Demo Tool that comes standard with SecureRecovery for Excel can estimate the viability of any file repair before you commit to a full data recovery operation. When you use the Demo Tool, you will generally see one of the following results:
- A sample of recoverable data will appear and be repaired on the spot
- If the file is damaged beyond SecureRecovery for Excel's capabilities, the message ""No data to recover"" will appear. In the event that this happens, contact 1-800-388-1266 to speak with a representative about a risk-free evaluation for manual recovery.
SecureRecovery for Excel is powerful and capable enough to handle most issues, but if files are damaged enough, some data may not be able to be restored. Some aspects of Excel that this utility is not designed to recover include:
- Names of Cells
- Visual Basic Modules
- Items Filtered Out by MS Excel
SecureRecovery for Excel runs on most Windows PC that operates MS Excel. Windows versions that are not supported, however, include Windows 95, 98, and ME.
To run SecureRecovery for Excel, your computer should have:
- Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 2003 Server, or 2008 Server Operating System
- 256-1024 MB of RAM (larger files and greater data corruption require more RAM)
- Minimum of 10 MB Free Space
- 640 x 480 or Higher Resolution Display, 256 Colors
Using SecureRecovery for Excel
Operating this utility is easy. A user interface guides you through the entire process from start to finish, and it only takes a few clicks to restore damaged files. The step-by-step process generally consists of the following:
- Backup your corrupted file on a CD or network drive.
- Start SecureRecovery for Excel.
- Select ""Recover . . . item"" from the File menu to open a file selection dialog box.
- Select the damaged file and click ""Recover.""
- Do not turn off the computer during this process. When the recovery operation is complete, a prompt will appear.
- Save the newly recovered spreadsheet with a new file name. The utility will assign a default name and add ""Recovered"" to the original.
When faced with a potentially devastating crash or loss of data, order SecureRecovery for Excel to take care of the problem immediately. SecureRecovery for Excel will restore your lost data and get you back to work in no time.