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How to restore any previous versions of a document in Word 2007?

As its name suggests ‘Auto History for Word 2007’ is an add-in for Microsoft Word 2007 that provides a local history for your documents. This tool automatically creates a backup every time you save a document (or something has changed). So that you can restore any previous versions of a document quickly at any time, you will never lost important information.

To use this free tool, just download and unzip it and install it (Required Microsoft .net Framework 3.5). All prerequisites will be installed automatically during the setup.

This tool is fully integrated in Word 2007 within the View tab. To use this tool, go to View – Auto History – Setting. Select a previous version that you want to restore from the dialogue box and click on ‘recover selected file’ to restore it.


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