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I have some important stuff i have typed on wordpad. I addident hit the undo butt and half of the document is gone. i have looked and looked for a redo in wordpad and i can find it. How can i retieve the rest of my lost document. I need it. Alot depends on it. I have not closed wordpad because i am scared.

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(NT) Under edit is an undo button

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already posted

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You already posted this in another thread, but hit CTRL + Y.

I answered in your other as well.

Paul

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Wasn't aware of that. Even Notepad lets you Undo an Undo.

If the document was previously saved, and the [Undo} was the first thing you did since re-openning it you should be able to simply close it and select [No] when asked if you want to save the changes.

Also, Assuming that the document was previously saved, reopen another instance of the same document.

In any case, to be safe I would copy anything that is still showing in the doc and paste it to a new doc to preserve what is left.

In the future I would save doc contents as often as is practical. Or using Notepad.

Wish I could be more helpful. Perhaps posting the problem in the Mocrosoft Office forum will get better responses.

Charlie

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