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Yes, it is Possible to Recover a Deleted Excel File

We’ve all experienced the frustration of accidentally deleting an Excel file or spreadsheet after working on it for hours. You stare at the blank screen incredulously. Of course, you hadn’t saved the document! So, what on earth do you do now? Do you start again?

The million-dollar question is: can you retrieve or undelete a deleted Excel file or another PDF document created in Microsoft Office? If you’ve ever tried to find solutions online, you’ll know that many of the suggested solutions you see in your web browser for finding lost Excel files or other documents simply won’t work. You just end up wasting more time.

Relax. You’re not the first person to have deleted an Excel file or suffered from a system crash, nor will you be the last! There’s no need to stress. It couldn’t be easier to find and restore unsaved and accidentally deleted spreadsheets with eSupport UndeletePlus!

It doesn’t matter whether you accidentally or manually erased the file or document, including Excel documents in PDF format, nor does it matter whether you’ve emptied the trash folder after erasing your work. You can still get back the deleted data, regardless of the file type, with our excellent file recovery application: eSupport UndeletePlus!

How to retrieve deleted Excel files

Wondering why your lost file is not permanently deleted? You’ve searched and browsed for it and it’s definitely not showing up, so how can it still be there? This is because it is possible to recover deleted files as a result of the way computers work. When you delete a file, the file system doesn't immediately remove it, but only removes its name and in the interim marks the space in the index as available. Behind the scenes, the file is still there even if it’s not visible to you. This is why your deleted Excel file can be found through effective data recovery software such as eSupport UndeletePlus.

How to recover your deleted Excel spreadsheet

  1. Simply scan the device
  2. Select the Excel file you want to recover
  3. Click restore to recover the missing file

That's all there is to it! As you can see, UndeletePlus is a surefire and trustworthy way to retrieve deleted Excel files.

What is eSupport UndeletePlus?

UndeletePlus is a trustworthy way to restore accidentally deleted spreadsheets and other files such as word documents, videos or photos. These days digital devices store some of our most valuable information, so losing our precious data can cause a lot of emotional upset. That's why eSupport's UndeletePlus software was designed to quickly recover and restore selected files.

What our customers say after retrieving their deleted emails and folders with eSupport UndeletePlus

Thanks to your program I was able to recover my Excel files from the trash folder even after I had emptied it! I was going insane thinking I’d have to start my work project all over again. It had taken me hours to complete. Luckily someone recommended UndeletePlus. I can’t thank you enough!
- Kevin
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eSupport UndeletePlus makes searching for deleted spreadsheets and other documents a walk in the park! With our fast scan engine, you can view hundreds of files in just minutes and recover and restore them instantly! Our engineers are constantly working to develop the best file recovery technology and our eSupport team are here to assist you!

Get started and DOWNLOAD our FREE eSupport UndeletePlus file report today.

Clicking on the free download button will initiate the UndeletePlus installation process. This trial version is fully functional for determining whether a file can be recovered. To restore the file, the full version must be purchased.

Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. Both 32-Bit and 64-Bit Windows are supported.