Remo Repair Word, a popular solution for repairing Microsoft Word documents, is now available for free. According to parent company Remo Software, this is the complete Repair Word package that was previously a paid service.
Microsoft Word is the most popular application for digital documents in the world. Used by hundreds of millions of people, Word is simple for beginners but also incredibly complex. If you want to dive down into the app, you can find hundreds of features.
There is also a risk of Word documents becoming corrupted, which can happen for a variety of reasons. This essentially means there are errors in the data that stop the Word document from opening. When important work is on the line, a corrupt file can be a massive problem, especially if you do not have a backup.
The Free Word file repair tool by Remo is an app that can help repair corrupt Word files. It has been available since 2013 and is popular for blending advanced repair capabilities with an easy-to-use UI. It scans and repairs broken documents once the user selects the Word file they want to fix.
In its announcement, Remo Software says that making Repair Word free is to give something back to loyal customers:
“After being in the industry for more than a decade, we at Remo Software have decided to make one of our popular products, Remo Repair Word, completely FREE as a good gesture and token of gratitude for everyone… We don't want any Microsoft Word user to worry about losing their important Word document ever.”
Repair Word Features
Remo Repair Word comes with the following Features:
- Works on Microsoft Word 2019, 2016, 2013, and all other versions.
- A read-only interface that repairs damaged or corrupt files without changing the source file.
- Advanced repair algorithms to fix issues such as unreadable Word document, the document not opening, no visible images, and other errors.
- Recovers all element, including text, formatting, OLE objects, and fields including hyperlinks from corrupt documents.
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