“There were some important Microsoft Excel sheets stored on my external hard disk drive as a backup to some really important work related data. As I was sure about the backed up Excel files, I did not check them before formatting my PC where original MS Excel sheets were saved in order to fix some issues in it. After formatting it, I tried to restore the backed up Excel files from the external hard disk, only to find out that those files were no longer there. They might have unknowingly got deleted from the external hard drive as I was using it very carelessly. Nevertheless, I desperately want to recover my Excel backup files as there contain a lot of important information. Is there any authentic way of restoring them back? Thanks.”
Here’s How to Recover Excel Backup Files
Here’s a fail-safe method to recover Excel backup files from your Windows based computer or any of its supported external storage devices. You have to just download Remo Recover software using the download buttons provided in this page in order to instantly begin recovering deleted or lost Excel backup files.
You can read on to learn more about Excel file deletion scenarios on Windows OS based systems and how does Remo Recover make a reliable tool in recovering Excel backup files with high accuracy.
Exceptional Features of Remo Recover Software
Mentioned here are some of the most exceptional features of Remo Recover tool which can effectively help you perform Excel backup file recovery with ease:
Common Scenarios Leading to File Deletion on Windows Based Systems
Here are some of the most known actions of file deletion on all Windows based systems:
Steps to restore Excel backup files using Remo Recover:
Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover Windows computer and select “Recover Files” option from main screen.
Figure 1: Main Screen
Step 2: Now select either “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” option accordingly.
Figure 2: Select Suitable Option
Step 3: Select the drive from where you want to recover Excel files and click “Next” to begin scanning process.
Figure 3: Select Drive
Step 4: On completion of scanning process, you can view list of recovered Excel files in any of the two different views - “File Type View” or “Data View”.
Figure 4: Recovered Files List
Step 5: Make use of “Save Recovery Session” option to save the recovery session to any desired location.
Figure 5: Save Recovery Session