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    I have a real problem on my hands and hope there is an answer (hope against hope)
    I deleted records from a file that had a filter on it - did not notice the filter until it was too late.
    Now the entire db is a mess with names not matching addresses or emails. I do not know how to get
    the data back into it's original form. I closed the file and did not save anything but that did not help.

    Any help out there or is this one of those hard lessons....
    Thanks in advance

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    Your best bet would be a recent backup.

    If you're on a corporate network, you may be able to restore a shadow copy of the workbook. To check if this is available, right-click the workbook file in Windows Explorer, select Properties from the popup menu and look for a tab called Previous Versions.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='777852' date='01-Jun-2009 11:33']Your best bet would be a recent backup.

    If you're on a corporate network, you may be able to restore a shadow copy of the workbook. To check if this is available, right-click the workbook file in Windows Explorer, select Properties from the popup menu and look for a tab called Previous Versions.[/quote]

    Thanks for your suggestions.

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