Open Office Writer Recovery 2.0
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Open Office Writer Recovery 2.0 is a useful tool which helps you repair your corrupt or damaged Open Office documents files.
Now you can take relief for searching your concern with SysTools Open Office Writer Recovery Software. OpenOffice document files data (text, notes, images, graphics, Unicode characters, text formatting, headers, footers, bullets, embedded images, tables and figures, captions, styles and formatting, page orientations etc) are successfully recovered by ODT file recovery software.
ODT file repair software can repair Open Office documents files damaged due to virus attacks, power failure, media errors where .ODT files stored etc.
- Recover Open Office documents meta data from corrupt or damaged OpenOffice Writer (.ODT) files
- Reads corrupt .ODT files and extract all formatting, styles and every other item of the Writer document
- Repair Open Office files or fix Open Office Writer files damaged due to virus attacks, media errors or any reasons
- Software knows as ODT to RTF converter to convert ODT to RTF files which is successfully open with MS Word
- Software displays preview of all recovered .ODT files data and allows to save into a healthy .odt or .rtf files
- Supports repairing of .odt files created with any version of OpenOffice installed on Windows Vista/XP/2003/2002/2000
- ODT recovery software repair Open Office documents files when .ODT files showing error message such as:
- The file (*.odt) is corrupt and therefore cannot be reopened.
- Should OpenOffice.org repair the file?
- General Input/Output Error
- The file "file.odt could not be repaired therefore cannot be opened".
- Pentium II 400 MHz,
- 64 MB RAM,
- Minimum 10 MB Space
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