How to Recover Deleted Documents from Trash on Mac?

Microsoft Word is a popular attribute of MS Office used to create document files. It is used in institutes, public sectors, corporate sectors and several other organizations to create projects, assignments and presentations. The file extension for document files are .DOC and .DOCX. It is used on both Windows and Mac system. But sometimes due to certain error document file get deleted and user trapped under severe data loss situation. Can anyone suggest how to recover deleted documents from trash on Mac?

Recover Deleted Document tool can be used to recover document file on Mac system. This software recover deleted or lost document file on Mac system. With this tool, you can recover document files from different versions such as MS Word 2000, 2003, 2007 and 2010. Apart from document file, it also recovers ZIP file, RAR file and excel spreadsheets. The software contains powerful scanning tool that scans drive and restore deleted document file on Mac system.

Reasons for deletion of document file from trash on Mac System

Accidental Deletion: While previewing files on Mac system if user press delete button then all selected document files get deleted from the system. Formatting of volumes also responsible for deletion of files including document file on Mac system. In such cases, refer this link to recover document from formatted hard drive: http://www.recoverdeleteddocument.com/from-formatted-hard-drive.html

Virus Attack: It is one of the reasons on Mac system due to which document files get deleted from the drive. It happens when user is connected to infected device or downloaded document file from unauthorized site.Virus Attack: It is one of the reasons on Mac system due to which document files get deleted from the drive. It happens when user is connected to infected device or downloaded document file from unauthorized site.

Reinstallation of Mac OS: While reinstallation of operating system if any interruption or errors occurs then all files including document file get deleted from Mac system.

Abrupt Ejection of Storage Device: Sometimes external storage device is ejected abnormally from the system which results in deletion of files from Mac system.

In addition to above mentioned scenarios, there are few more reasons due to which document files deleted from Mac system are sudden interruption like power failure, file system corruption, use of unreliable software, etc. You can use this application to recover document after crash on any Windows or Mac system.

Features of Recover Deleted Document Tool

It recovers file deleted from trash on Mac system within few simple and effective steps. This software is compatible on several Mac versions such as Lion, Mountain Lion, Leopard, Snow Leopard, Mavericks, etc. The software scans whole drive in few seconds and presents the files to be recoverable. It is also available in demo version so that user can check the performance of this application. Demo version doesn’t allow to save recovered file, user need to purchase the licensed version of this tool. Technical support team of recover deleted document tool is available for 24X7 services for users. This software can easily recover Word document from MacBook and IPhone without any issues.

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Simple Steps to Recover Deleted Documents from Trash on Mac

Step 1: Download and then install the Document Recovery application on your Mac system. Then launch the software and then select "Recover Files" from the main page.

Recover Deleted Documents from Trash on Mac - Select Recover Lost Files

Figure 1: Select Recover Deleted Files

Step 2: Select the particular drive of Mac system to scan for the deleted documents and then click on "Next".

Restore Deleted Documents from Trash on Mac - Select Volume

Figure 2: Select Volume

Step 3: After complete scanning, the files are listed on the main screen of the application. You can view those recovered documents and then save on the drive of the system.

Retreive Deleted Documents from Trash on Mac - Recovered Documents

Figure 3: Recovered Documents

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