Recovers data from damaged, corrupted and unreadable Microsoft Excel files, namely the ones with the XLS, XLSX, XLS or XLSTX format
|Updated||September 2 2019|
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|Crack Size||4.9 MB|
Recovery Toolbox for Excel is a program with a pretty self-explanatory name, as it allows you to recover data from corrupted Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, namely files with the XLS, XLSX, XLS or XLSTX format.
The setup process does not bundle any offers from third-party products and does not require you to configure any settings. The interface is based on an intuitive wizard, where you have to follow a few simple steps in order to carry out a recovery task.
All of this paired with the comprehensive Help contents enclosed, allows all types of users to easily work with it, including those with a minimal experience with such apps.
Loading an Excel spreadsheet into the workspace is done using only the incorporated file browser, since the drag-and-drop functionality is not available. Batch processing is not supported, so you cannot extract data from multiple items at the same time.
Performing an analysis takes little time, and Recovery Toolbox for Excel Crack shows in the primary panel information that can be retrieved, no matter how many sheets are included in the file. Unfortunately, the unregistered version does not allow you to save the results to file, yet it is possible to copy data to the Clipboard with ease.
Recovery Toolbox for Excel is pretty low-demanding when it comes to the CPU and system memory, thus it's not a concern to the computer's overall performance. It has a good response time and works well, without making the OS hang, crash or pop up error dialogs. Thanks to its intuitive layout and overall simplicity, first-time users can quickly learn how to work with Recovery Toolbox for Excel.
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