How about Excel2010 forms automatic backup?
"AutoSave Unsaved Documents" sounds a bit raozui, but it's a great innovation in office 2010 in accidental protection. I believe that each of us has encountered a temporary need to go out when editing documents, when everyone is often accustomed to close office software conveniently. For a variety of reasons, however, there may be delays to the "unsaved" button. Because this situation does not belong to the exception exit, so will not activate the office crash automatic save mechanism, so a long time we worked hard to prepare a manuscript, very likely in a flash of ashes.
In office 2010, the newly added "AutoSave Unsaved documents" feature undoubtedly gives us a chance to regret it. As we all know, an automated save mechanism is added to Office components from an early start, and documents are saved automatically at intervals. However, in previous releases, if the user did not click Save when they last closed office, Office automatically deletes all AutoSave records. In other words, in this case, your document will continue to maintain its state at the last save and all the latest changes are lost.
In office 2010, auto-save records are no longer automatically deleted, but they act as a backup copy after a user accidentally clicks on it. That is, when we do accidentally click "Do not save" in office 2010, we can easily revert to the most recent automatic backup.