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Why, when opening files, the document is recovered?

asked 2020-01-14 15:19:47 +0200

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updated 2020-01-14 16:37:11 +0200

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почему каждый раз при открытии файлов происходит восстановление документа

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gabix gravatar imagegabix ( 2020-01-14 15:55:29 +0200 )edit

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  • Question title: why when opening files the document is restored

  • Description: why every time you open files a document is restored

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ajlittoz gravatar imageajlittoz ( 2020-01-14 16:03:36 +0200 )edit

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answered 2020-01-14 16:33:17 +0200

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updated 2020-01-14 16:36:34 +0200

(Most likely gues based on little information:)

The recovery process is started if the last time LibreOffice wasn't closed in the regular way.

There is recovery information stored for the documents being open when the crash occurred.
You have the choice to start the recovery, and to decide whether you want to save any document "as is", or to return to the previous version... ↑You also can abort recovery ...

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(Скорее всего, догадки на основе мало информации :)

Процесс восстановления запускается, если последний раз LibreOffice не закрывался обычным способом.

Для восстановления документов, хранящихся в момент сбоя, хранится информация о восстановлении. У вас есть выбор начать восстановление и решить, хотите ли вы сохранить какой-либо документ "как есть" или вернуться к предыдущей версии ... Вы также можете прервать восстановление ...

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