How to recover unsaved apple pages & word document on Mac?
Apple Pages and Microsoft Word are the most used word processing programs, using which it is quite easily possible to create and edit documents. The equipped functionality embedded in the application make it worth use and if you are using pages it becomes quite easy & you can do it even more efficiently, save the document in different formats as desired. Accidental deletion of pages document on Mac, particularly if this is unsaved is definitely a troublesome situation for users. Likewise, is the case of abrupt system shut down or accidental power outage and in the very process your unsaved files may be lost as well.
In Mac systems, the time machine keeps on taking backup at regular intervals and as such any lost documents could be so restored.
In order to recover unsaved page document, it is required to launch 'time machine' from dock first, the application would then be started. Now navigate through the list and find the document to be recovered, accordingly one can also skip to date location desired in order to have the document recovered. Now just select the document you need and click the restore button, present there. With this copy of the files would be placed on the desktop.
Likewise if you are using Word for Mac and have somehow lost access to documents that were not saved or parts of the document was left unsaved, then it is possible having restoring those changes with the aid of Word's Auto recovery feature, that executes in background and every 10 minutes its data is updated. As such if you observe problems with your system, it crashes or does not respond and has to be restarted, you can still recover unsaved word document Mac.
How to recover unsaved word document on Mac?
Press Command + N key and finder will then open and from the left pane entire computer is to be selected under devices and enter 'autorecovery' in the window to search for it. This will show the files found and find the files shown – and these auto recovered files begin with the name 'AutoRecovery save of' plus the file name. The file is then to be dragged to the desktop and finder is to be then closed. The file could then be saved and a name could be specified to save it once again.
This, does not work for the deleted and lost files and those are the cases when it is required turning over to more improved and advanced tool such as the Mac document recovery, which does scans the system to locate the files and save it back for proper usage once again.