How to use Microsoft Office 2007 Application Recovery Tool
When Office 2007 program stops responding, you can start the Application Recovery tool. To do this, click “Start”, point to “Programs”, point to “Microsoft Office Tools”, then click “Microsoft Office Application Recovery.”
When Office 2007 Application Recovery tool starts, “Microsoft Office Application Recovery” dialog box will display the currently running Office 2007 programs list.Together with the program name listed along with its current status, as reported by Task Manager as.
Note: Even if there are multiple instances of the program is running, it lists only one instance of it.
“Microsoft Office Application Recovery” dialog box also contains the following three buttons. In this paper, these buttons are explained:
• restore application
• End Application
“Restore Application” button
When you click “Restore Application”, this action essentially forces the selected Office 2007 programs to fail and then restart. Failure, the recovery process can begin to recover any unsaved data. After completion of the recovery process, “Application Error Reporting” tool gives you the opportunity to report the problem. When the “Application Error Reporting” tool starts, you will receive the following error message, where Program is the download Office 2007 programs:
Microsoft Program has encountered a problem and needs to close.We are sorry for the inconvenience.
The information you were working on might be lost.Microsoft Program can try to recover it for you.
Please tell Microsoft about this problem.
“End Application” button
When you click the “end of the application”, this action forces the selected program to fail without performing any recovery procedures. You can control the “Application Error Reporting” tool to have the opportunity to report the problem.
When you click “Cancel”, this action will close the “Microsoft Office Application Recovery” dialog box, and the program does not respond to any measures taken. Does not display “Application Error Reporting” dialog box.