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How To Recover Excel File If Autorecover Fails??

I was working on an excel file since morning. But i havent saved it even once. Somehow excel crashed. I started the excel but autorecover didnt showed up... I also checked the autorecover folder for excel but no success.

Is there any other way through which i can get my data back or i need to do whole work again........

Please Help me


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