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    Default I lost my PowerPoint and am gonna cri

    My last thread was over the top in expressing my anger so um, here’s another try.

    I spent hours trying to complete a PowerPoint that was actually wasn’t due for two weeks but all my last projects I’ve regret doing last minute so I finished this one early.
    I come back today and find it all GONE. All the pictures I used were in the recycling bin and the PowerPoint is no where to be seen.
    The worst part? I HAD TO Write IT IN ANOTHER LANGUAGE.
    I had to write the whole thing on a band in the IRISH language, MY WORST gosh darn SUBJECT and it was so painful. Now everything is gone... help me if you have any ideas of where the darn thing is.
    You know what since I’m so annoyed if one of you suggests the right answer I shall give you 5 wls.
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    WRITE*****

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Vu View Post
    WRITE*****
    Ow gahd dayum sIiLy mE
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    If the file is not saved locally on to the computer then it is hard to retrieve the file. However, you can check under the temp folders.
    Refer the link to recover an unsaved presentation from a .tmp file.
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/292585
    Note: - The article is for PowerPoint 97 but it holds good for PowerPoint 2003.


    How to Recover Deleted PowerPoint Presentations

    You might face a situation while you’re working hard with your presentation and suddenly the power goes out or your computer crashes. And adding spice to the sudden death of your computer, what if you didn’t save any previous copies of your PowerPoint work? Well, that would be very annoying but no one can really predict what could happen. It’s actually better to be on safer side and be aware of the ways of recovering deleted or unsaved PowerPoint presentations.

    The first and important thing you should consider before doing some presentation work on MS PowerPoint is to enable auto save feature that comes built-in with MS PowerPoint.

    Enabling AutoSave

    Click on file > options and a pop up window will appear. Now, for the latest MS PowerPoint, this option would be appear when you click on PowerPoint symbol (top left corner) on the ribbon.
    Once you get the pop up window with the title “PowerPoint Options”, click on save tab from left sidebar.
    Now, you’ll have the tick-mark box with the title “Save Autorecover information after every __ minutes”. Pick a time period for AutoSave frequency.
    Recover unsaved Presentations

    Tick the box and give an appropriate path where you would like windows to store temporary files to store.
    On older versions of MS PowerPoint, you’ll have the extra option which states the path for storing auto saved files.
    Steps to recovering unsaved or deleted presentation files

    If you’re trying to recover a recently developed PowerPoint file then you’re in luck.
    Right when you click on PowerPoint symbol, recent documents are shown which would allow you to restore any previous presentations.
    Recent Unsaved Documents

    On the older versions of PowerPoint, you’ll find this option under File > Recent and at the bottom Recover unsaved presentations.
    Clicking on this option will take you to the PowerPoint folder which is being used to save auto saved files that weren’t manually saved by you.
    Now, please remember that these files are temporary and will wipe out after 2 or 3 days.
    PowerPoint 2013 allows you to sync the files on your cloud storage account, a fool proof way to protect your files from deletion and data corruption.
    This method usually saves a lot of work because most of the recent files can easily be restored. This auto save feature is only available for MS PowerPoint 2010 and other upgraded versions. So, if you’ve an older version, it’s time to revamp and switch to the latest one.

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    Thanks so much for the reply dude but I’ve tried all of them and got no good results.
    Thanks again for trying to help but I guess I’ll just have to do it again...
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    Irish language, my worst nightmare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DynPlaysGT View Post
    Irish language, my worst nightmare.
    I was born there but I still hate it
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    Dutch is harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam Vu View Post
    Dutch is harder.
    Are we completing which language is harder? Ill throw u some chinese
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    I'm Irish so explain what the question is and I can help you. (maybe lol I'm ok at Irish)
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    Deleted data on your disk isn't really deleted until the space has been already overwritten by another file. Look for file recovery applications, such as Recuva or Puran File Recovery. I think I gave you some more hope, now remember - the files aren't really gone as long as they haven't been overwritten yet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamsterdam View Post
    Are we completing which language is harder? Ill throw u some chinese
    Try to learn dutch you will end up after 40 years still talking with accent.
    They did research.
    You have rules like this:
    Is it -de or -te?
    Take the whole verb.
    Take off the -en
    Look at the last letter on this word.
    We'll take "werken"
    It would be "werk"
    The last letter is 'k'
    Take the 't exkofschip <- Doesn't have a meaning it's usefull.
    Oh, hey! The 'k' is in there.
    so it would be
    WERKTE

    DAGEN OR DAGGEN??
    One G or Two G's?
    Sounds the A like AA or A?
    AA=1 G
    A= 2 G's

    HOND OR HONT?
    Is it -d or -t?
    HOND
    HONT
    Make it plural.
    HONDEN
    It sounds like HONDEN
    so it is HOND

    You should know there are many more rules.


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