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Use the Versions feature to recover an unsaved Draft file:

Lesson 1-10 from: Microsoft Excel 2013 Basic Skills (41 Video Lessons)
Use the Versions feature to recover an unsaved Draft file
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2013 Basic Skills
Session: Session 1: Basic Skills
Lesson: Lesson 1-10 Use the Versions feature to recover an unsaved Draft file Thumbnail for: Excel 2013 Essential Skills Lesson 1-10 Use the Versions feature to recover an unsaved Draft file
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This video lesson covers file recovery using the Microsoft Office AutoRecover and AutoSave features. You'll learn to recover an Excel 2013 workbook... even if you have never saved it using Excel's amazing Versions feature. You'll be able to recover an Excel 2013 workbook if your computer crashes or there is a power cut. You'll learn how to recover parts of a workbook if you have accidentally deleted them but didn't save your Excel workbook. You will then change the default Excel 2013 Auto Save interval (AutoSave automatically saves your workbook in the background at the interval you set). You'll learn all about Draft files and how to recover an unsaved Excel workbook.

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