When opening Microsoft Word (or PowerPoint or Excel) files from the native drive, Office customers might get a immediate stating – The Document Recovery task pane contains some recovered files that have not been opened, Would you wish to view these files the subsequent time you begin Word? The choices are:
- Yes, I need to view these files later
- No, take away the files. I have saved the files I want
This is Document Recovery task pane and ideally seems when adjustments made to your most up-to-date paperwork are not saved, or Office closes unexpectedly. However, even should you have the ‘Auto restoration’ choice enabled, and its containers checked, you possibly can nonetheless get this message for no obvious motive. Try these fixes to resolve the issue.
The Document Recovery task pane contains some recovered files that have not been opened
First, If you’re opening Microsoft Word by double-clicking on a doc, attempt an alternate means – launch Word by clicking on the Word icon within the taskbar after which click on on the “No Remove the files. I have saved the files I want“. Then, merely shut Word and re-start it once more. Check if the Recovery pane has disappeared.
If the issue persists, hit the ‘File’ tab select Info from the listing of choices displayed and choose Manage Versions>Delete Unsaved Document. Here, additionally click on on ‘Recover Unsaved Documents’ and within the Open dialog that seems, proper click on on the .asd files and choose Delete.
If the abovementioned options fail, attempt going to C:Users[User Name]AppData]NativeMicrosoftOfficeUnsavedFiles and delete the .asd files from that folder.
If the AppData folder is not seen to you within the prescribed location, click on on Options on the View tab of the ribbon after which on the View tab within the dialog that seems and choose the merchandise “Show hidden files, folders, and drives”.
Next, delete the .asd files from that folder.
Hopefully, this could make the issue go away. Let us know if this helped.