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Excel recovery software that will help you restore damaged files, which includes standard and advanced tools, and recovers texts numbers and formulas

editor's review





ExcelFIX is a simple program that aids users in retrieving data from corrupt Excel files, such as XLS format.

It comes equipped with a very intuitive interface that resembles a wizard, making the tool perfect for novices. But it also supplies advanced users with a few handy features as well.

Files can be imported into the list using the file browser or drag-and-drop method. Results show the total text, formula, number and other cells, sheets, charts, and pictures available in the document.

Once you have previewed file content, you can specify the output directory and proceed with the data recovering task.

In addition, ExcelFIX supports batch processing mode and lets you specify the on-start recovery section (quick, advanced, or multi-file), as well as alter the default output file suffix. In advanced mode you can perform a search on lost strings, as well as edit Excel spreadsheet content.

The program is not a burden to the computer's overall performance, since it uses a very low amount of CPU and RAM. It has a good response time and finishes a task quickly. We have not come across any isuses in our tests, since ExcelFIX did not hang or crash.

ExcelFIX was reviewed by Elena Opris
Last updated on October 7th, 2015
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