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When working from home, most people are using traditional software like Microsoft Office. Excel for tables, PowerPoint for creating presentations, and Word for writing.
But did you know that Microsoft Office has built-in autosave and auto-recovery functions for every program in it?
This is because when you for example using Word, and it crashes, the documents had open can get corrupted.
Luckily, Word automatically creates .tmp files which are using less memory and store copies of the document as a backup.
Pretty good function, what do you think.
So, if you for whatever reasons need to convert a .tmp file to a Word file (docx), here is a step-by-step guide on how to do it on Windows 10.
How to Convert a TMP File to Word
Before you convert the .tmp file to a Word document, you need to find it.
Finding .tmp files from MS Word is not difficult. The default autosave location in Windows 10 is the AppData folder on your computer. Because MS Word can save the files in various location, here is the list of the most used: