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Solved Most important presentation on iPad

Apple Ipad wi-fi + 3g 16gb tablet
March 15, 2018 at 05:40:48
Specs: iOS 11
I was creating my presentation during all the night for my bad boss. I thought my iPad was turned off, but only closed MS PowerPoint, unfortunately after opening I didn't see almost a half of my hard work. I don't know how to return my valuable data. In 2 or 3 days, I have to show it.

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March 15, 2018 at 07:35:20
mmm This a link to a google trawl list of possible solutions...

Have a good read of the offerings as one or more "may" be of help.

Posting you the link to the trawl results means you get more than just a few which I might cherry pick...

A thought for the future... Whenever you create anything on either a computer (Windows or Mac or Linux - and iPads) start saving it as soon as you open the new project, or make the first entry as it were. Then before you wander away from the device in use - double check you have saved the project - as a matter of routine. If you open and change a saved file, make a new saved version - and retain the original/previous files too. That way you have something to fall back on if needs-be and thus able to recover and proceed if the last file is lost or whatever? I usually add a suffix to the file name updating it each time I alter the version open; e.g. filename.doc becomes filename-a.doc, and then filename-b.doc and so on.

Also - if you have an external storage option - copy the content to that; be it cloud, or another hard drive; even a usb stick (but then ensure that copy is duplicated onto a proper storage device/location as usb sticks are notoriously unreliable and can fail at any time. I discovered a usb stick had failed - in storage (fortunately its contents were also on another storage device too). It had been left in a plastic bag with one or two others - which are fine!

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March 18, 2018 at 12:23:46
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I would suggest you:
Firstly to visit Google on phrase like how to repair powerpoint file
Or take a look at iPad Online Service

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