Is there autosave in SOLIDWORKS?
SOLIDWORKS automatically saves file recovery information upon completion of meshing or running a study. This option is in addition to the SOLIDWORKS Save auto-recover info every n minutes option.
How do I set autosave in SOLIDWORKS?
The functions are SOLIDWORKS Backup and Save Notifications, which are found in Tools > Options > System Options > Backup/Recovery. Using the Backup function in SOLIDWORKS, you are able to save additional copies of your file automatically.
How do I recover an unsaved file in SOLIDWORKS?
Where is the Auto-Recover function located in SOLIDWORKS? The Auto-Recover settings are located in Tools>Options>System Options> Backup/Recover. Specify the time interval to write the auto-recover (I chose 20 minutes) and create a new folder for your auto-recover files.
How do I open an auto recovery file in SOLIDWORKS?
To open an auto-recovered document: Click Open All next to the Document Recovery list, or right-click an auto-recovered document and click Open. You can save the document by using Save to replace the original file or by using Save As to create a file.
Where do deleted SOLIDWORKS files go?
Delete in SOLIDWORKS PDM
Delete simply sends the file to the parent folder’s recycling bin. So, to recover the files, you can go back to the recycling bin and recover the files.
How do I recover an unsaved file from Origin?
To recover an unsaved project:
- Run Origin.
- Click Help: Open Folder: Unsaved Projects.
- Browse the folder for your unsaved file.
Where do I find AutoRecover files in Word?
These can be found via File, Open and clicking the Recover Unsaved Documents button found at the very bottom of the Recent File List. Open Word and select File, Options. In the Options dialog box select Save from the left hand menu. Note the AutoRecover files location.