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AutoRecover Save Location

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Excel automatically chooses a directory for saving your AutoRecovered spreadsheets.

This How-To Article shows you how to change the location AutoRecovered spreadsheets are saved in, making it easier for you to access them as needed.

AutoRecover Save Location

1. Click the Tools menu and select "Options...".

2. Click the "Save" tab.

3. In the "AutoRecover save location:" text box, enter the complete path of the folder where you would like AutoRecovered spreadsheets to be placed.

4. Click OK.

5. Now each time a document is AutoRecovered, it will be saved in the location you specified in Step 3. This makes it easier for you to locate these files as you need to work with them.

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