Excel Repair Toolbox, a powerful and fast Excel file repair product.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
Repair Toolbox, one of the most renowned suppliers of data recovery tools and a leading expert in this domain, announces that a new version of Excel Repair Toolbox, the company’s super-charged Excel file repair tool, is now available for download from the company’s official site. http://www.excel.repairtoolboxx.com/
The new version is based on proprietary technology that relies on several advanced algorithms to recover the maximum amount of data from damaged files and minimize the time spent on each recovery session. The program was initially designed for regular, non-professional users who have no prior experience of restoring damaged data and have no understanding of the intricacies of XLS or XLSX data recovery. http://www.excelrepairtoolbox.com/
This Excel file repair tool is capable of restoring the majority of standard Excel file elements, including worksheets, cell data, row and cell parameters, table styles, border colors, formulas, internal and external links, cell formatting and much more. For extra convenience, Excel Repair Toolbox enables users to preview the contents of damaged files using an integrated browser. http://www.repairexcel2007.excelrepairtoolbox.com/
Excel Repair Toolbox uses a convenient step-by-step wizard to guide the user through the entire recovery procedure. The software supports all major versions of Microsoft Excel (95 through 2013) and all of its file formats (*.xls, *.xlt, *.xlsx, *.xlsm, *.xltm, *.xltx and *.xlam), and can be used in all versions of Microsoft Windows, starting from Windows 98. http://www.repairexcel2010.excelrepairtoolbox.com/
“Excel Repair Toolbox has just gotten a lot better and we are proud to be offering this product to the public,” said Ivan Bobrov, Head of Development at Recovery Toolbox. “The new engine really makes a difference both in terms of speed and predictability of results. We do hope that this product will help quite a few people out there to cope with the consequences of data corruption.”