Learn Excel 2010 – “Where are AutoRecover Files Stored?”: Podcast #1715
Bill is embarrassed to admit it, but he has had the same file open in Excel for five days without saving it. Then, he wrote a quick little Macro that locked up Excel. Ctrl+Break isn’t stopping the Macro… He can End Process to kill Excel, but then he loses his other Workbook. It sure would be nice to make absolutely sure that AutoRecover has the files before killing Excel. Today, in Episode #1715, Bill shows us how to track down the AutoRecover files before using End Process to kill a runaway process in Excel.
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