Recovery Toolbox Makes Excel Recovery a Breeze with its Newest XLS Recovery Product
Recovery Toolbox, a leading provider of specialized data recovery solutions for a broad range of mainstream applications, is pleased to announce the release of the newest member of the company’s growing family of products, Recovery Toolbox for Excel. This Excel recovery tool offers a balanced combination of speed, efficiency and an intuitive interface suitable for professional and regular users.
Sacramneto, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2013
Recovery Toolbox, a company known for its deep expertise in the field of file repair and data recovery, announces the availability of Recovery Toolbox for Excel, a powerful Excel recovery solution for the mass audience.
Developed for users with all skill levels, the program has an extremely intuitive interface based on a multi-step recovery wizard that only requires the user to respond to prompts and confirm selections with several mouse clicks. This Excel recovery tool supports data recovery from a variety of Excel documents, including *.xls, *,xlt, *.xlsx, xlsm, *.xltm, *.xltx and *.xlam files created in all popular versions of this program, from Excel 97 to Excel 2010 and above. Thanks to a completely updated recovery engine, Recovery Toolbox for Excel is now capable of restoring some of the most essential elements of Excel spreadsheets: table styles, number formats, fonts, worksheets, column width and row height values, cell data, formulas and cell format options. This Excel recovery software is a great choice for users with no recovery experience and generally low level of computer skills.
“We are excited to finally release a tool that can be a potential life saver for millions of Excel users,” said Victor Bobrov, CEO of Recovery Toolbox. “This release is a deeply modified and enhanced version of the old Recovery Excel for Toolbox that is now capable of restoring Excel files faster, better and easier for the user. I really hope that our product will help recover many valuable documents and help users cope with critical situations involving data recovery.”
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