Office2 HD Help
While using my iPad I:
Can someone please tell me if I can get the file back or where it would been put?
- Created a presentation and saved it to the 'Today' section of the 'Local Files'.
- I set up a WebDAV connection (all works) and moved the file to a folder. No problems here.
- I then moved the file back to the 'Local Files' but to the 'Inbox'. All APPEARED to work.
- I then went back to the 'Inbox' in the 'Local Files' and the file was not there. Since I 'Moved' the file (yes I know - I should have copied) I do not have a copy of the file. It has just disappeared! It did not even give me a popup warning that it was a read-only folder (as it does when moving/copying files with in Office2 HD.
What is the 'Inbox' in Office2 HD used for?
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All I can suggest is you go directly to the sever that you have the WebDAV set up and see if it is there. Some services offer file history and recovery (usually an extra paid option). Without knowing more about what service you are using (and probably not then) I can't make any better guesses.
As for Office2 HD, I don't use it, so if there are any special tricks on the front someone else will have to do the guessing.