How to recover Excel data

rictre

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One of my clients employees wrongfully add bad data to their excel sheet, there is any way to revert this ? there is some sort of recovery tool that can allow me to save the data and this guy job?


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Did they save it ?
Is there a backup copy ?
Has it been saved previously under another filename ?

If all answers are no, then probably not !

If the data is identifiable or unique to the "other" data, then there might be a VBA solution, but that would depend on what you call "bad" data !!
 

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