.xlsm not an option?

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.xlsm not an option?

#1 Post by jumbleberry »

I just lost a .xlsm file that I've been working on for 3 years. Considering suicide.
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Re: .xlsm not an option?

#2 Post by remy »

.xlsm in an XML document. It should be recovered by photorec. Select in file options only .zip and scan the whole disk.

Hope it helps. Before suicide, consider professionnal help (I mean for your disk, not a psy :P )