Corrupt Open Office Salvager 1.2

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Open Office files are zipped collections of xml files. The text/data is usually contained in a sub-file called content.xml. This program accesses that file and extracts the text/data. It can also attempt a full recovery with another method.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
Paul Pruitt
Price:
Freeware
File size:
7.27 Mb
Date added:
December 1, 2012
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Description from the Publisher
Open Office files are in reality conventionally zipped collections of xml files. The text or data of the file is usually contained in one of these sub files called content.xml. This program accesses that file and extracts the text/data. It can also attempt a full recovery including the formatting by radically simplifying the manifest.xml file. Finally an Alternatives menu is provided offering other free and commercial choices for recovery.
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