3 Best Solutions To Repair Corrupt Word Document

Microsoft Word documents can be corrupted in many situations such as hardware malfunction, software malfunction, virus attacks, corrupt during writing, reading, storage, transmission, or processing word file etc in most of the cases when word file get corrupt then the file becomes inaccessible or sudden corruption error message comes on the system screen.  This article will explain 3 best solution to easily repair your corrupt word documents.
1. Use Open and Repair
Microsoft Word offers an Open And Repair inbuilt option, which you can use to force Word to attempt a recovery. To try this option, use following steps:
  • Open Word,
  • select File–> Open

  • Choose the corrupted file (but don’t open it yet). 
  • After that you will see the “Open” option, there is a little drop-down arrow. Click on this and change the option to “Open and Repair”, then click on it.

2. Open Office a free office suite 
It is free & compatible with word documents. To try this option, use following steps:

  • - First download Open Office from OpenOffice.org site.
  • - To install it, click on downloaded file and follow the installation wizard.
  • -  Now Go to Start>Programs>Openoffice.org> openoffice.org Writer
  • -  Files>Open (To open your corrupt files)
  • - After that Save As
 NOTE: Ensure that you change the “Save as types” in the menu to Microsoft Word version that you have. 
  • - Open your reclaimed file in Word.

3. Recovery Program

You can also use third-party programs that are designed to repair corrupt word documents. These software repairs corrupt word documents in most of the corruption cases. 

There are some another options available to repair corrupt word documents but in my opinion these three are best solutions & in 90% cases, the recovery get successful!!


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