Microsoft Office Word has various versions such as 2007, 2010, 2013, 2000, 2002, 2003, etc. The older version of Microsoft Word like Word 2000, 2002 and 2003 has same file extension i.e. .doc whereas latest versions of Microsoft Word such as 2007, 2010 and 2013 save Word documents in .docx file format.
Sometimes, MS Word DOC or DOCX files may get corrupt or damage due to some known or unknown reasons. In such situation, don’t get panic. You can make use of Repair Office Documents software which can easily repair corrupted Word document 2013 with great ease.
Causes behind MS Word 2013 File Corruption:
Besides these causes, there are some other reasons behind corruption of Word 2013 but don’t get devastated. In such situation, you can make use of Repair Office Documents software to fix corrupt or damaged MS Word 2013.
What should be done with corrupt or damaged 2013 MS Word file?
When 2013 Word document file gets corrupt or damaged due to any of the above-mentioned reasons then first and foremost take the help of inbuilt repair tool provided by Microsoft. Follow below-mentioned steps to locate and use this special Word file repair tool:
If this does not repair the problem in Word 2013 document, then make use Repair Office Documents software and resolve the issue.
Always keep the backup of important Word 2013 documents in some external storage device in order to use if the Word 2013 documents file gets corrupted or damaged.
While upgrading Word application from lower version to MS Office 2013, always follow proper procedure.
Don’t terminate Word 2013 abruptly while any file is active.
Features of Repair Office Documents software:
Steps to Repair Corrupted Word Document 2013:
Step 1: Download and install Repair Office Documents software on your computer.
Step 2: Open the software and click "Browse" on the home window.
Figure 1: Home Window
Step 3: Select the damaged /corrupted Word 2013 document file and press "Repair" button to repair corrupt Word 2013 document.
Figure 2: Select Damaged Doc File
Step 4: Finally, preview and save the newly created Word file.
Figure 3: Save Doc File