Office Word 2010: Save Auto-Recover Information Setting

The Auto Recovery feature of Microsoft Word comes in handy during many situations and it sometimes  proves to be a life saver. You might know that the default setting of Microsoft Word is to save your document after every 10 minutes for auto recovery.

Just to be on the safe side, you may wish to reduce this time and want Microsoft Word to save the document more often. Click the Office (File) button and then choose Options.


Note: This settings can be applied to Excel 2010 and PowerPoint 2010 as well.

MS Word OptionsThe Word Options dialogue box will be displayed, now locate the Save option on the left sidebar. You will find the Save AutoRecover information option listed on the right, change the time to whatever you want from the drop down menu.

Auto Recovery Word 2010 Now your document will be auto saved after the specified number of minutes.

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  • MafiaGuy

    If you are short of Topics then don't flood a nice blog with Office 2010 posts

    • Nakodari

      Actually if you look closely Office 2010 posts are mostly written by writer Aun. His aim is to cover every tip on Office 2010. I on the other hand write most of the software reviews, since my internet is not working properly for the past few days I couldn't download and review most software.

      You will see more software reviews in the next few days.

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