How to Retrieve AbiWord Files on Mac?

“I prefer to use AbiWord application to create and share my documents on Mac system. Recently I have lost some of essential AbiWord files stored on my Macintosh machine. I am unable to predict the reason behind missing of AbiWord documents. This is irritating me a lot as I can’t continue further with my work without these documents. Please suggest me some easy methods to bring back my valuable AbiWord files from hard drive on Mac computer. Thanks in advance.”

AbiWord is the open source word processor, which is part of AbiSuite developed by AbiSource. This word process is cross-platform application that can run on different operating systems such as Mac, Windows, Ubuntu, etc. User can work on AbiWord collaborately by sharing its documents across network. Therefore, AbiWord processor gains special attention from users.

Well, if you are a regular Mac system user then you might have experienced loss or deletion of AbiWord files as mentioned in above scenario. Isn’t it?? If yes, then don’t worry one good thing is that one can get back AbiWord files from Mac hard drive using a reliable file recovery tool. Before proceeding with file retrieval process, let’s know the reasons behind loss or deletion of AbiWord files on Mac system.

  • Mistakenly formatting the Mac volume containing vital AbiWord documents will erase them permanently along with other files  
  •  If you enable “Auto empty Trash” feature in Mac Trash, then any accidentally deleted AbiWord files in Trash folder will get removed without your notice
  • Irregular system shutdown while accessing some important AbiWord files may leads to loss of those files
  • Unauthenticated third party applications installed in Mac system might cause deletion of AbiWord files
  • Complex tasks like reformatting, repartitioning, reinstalling operating system, etc on Mac system should be carry out very carefully, otherwise you might face serious data loss crisis including AbiWord documents preserved on it

These unplanned or unexpected events might results in loss or removal of AbiWord files from Mac system. One can use relevant file restoration tool like Yodot Mac File Recovery to retrieve AbiWord documents.

AbiWord file recovery software:

Yodot Mac File Recovery software offers simple procedure to bring back AbiWord files on Mac system irrespective of cause for file loss. The application can be used to rescue Word documents, Pages files, Keynote files, media files and other files on Macintosh machine. You can efficiently retrieve missing or lost files of various formats including AbiWord files from corrupt or damaged Mac hard disk drive. It can even regain each and every bit of missing files from pen drives, memory cards, iPods, portable hard drives and other storage devices. One can easily restore AbiWord files from FAT16, FAT32, HFS, HFS+ and HFSX volumes on different versions of Mac operating systems like Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), Mac OS X 10.6(Snow Leopard) and Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion).

Steps to recover AbiWord files on Mac OS X:

  • Download Yodot Mac File Recovery application and install it to Mac system
  • Run the installed program and follow the main screen directives
  • From first screen you will find two options “Deleted Files Recovery” or “Lost File Recovery”
  • Select any option depending on scenario how you have lost AbiWord files
  • Later, this tool scans and displays all the logical volumes related to that Macintosh machine
  • Choose the volume from where you want to get back AbiWord documents and click “Next” button
  • The utility thoroughly scans that chosen volume and displays all the removed or missing AbiWord files from it
  • Select all the AbiWord DOC files which you want to restore back and save them to your preferred location, but not on to the same Mac volume from where you retrieved AbiWord files

Basic Instructions:

  • Try to rescue deleted or lost AbiWord files as soon as possible in order to avoid overwriting of data
  • It is advised to backup essential AbiWord documents in some other storage devices
  • Check twice for your important files and folders before emptying the Mac Trash

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