I'd check the file modification times and file sizes for large
differences, but in general, open the recovered version.

If there's missing info, open the original's backup copy, assuming you
have auto backups turned on. And then open the original. (The opening
order is important, so you don't overwrite the backup.)

If necessary, use the compare utility, but in most cases you'll either
remember what you were working on or notice chunks of missing info.


On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 3:58 PM, Harold Winberg
<harold.winberg at forceprotection.net> wrote:
> Hello Framers
>  I am building a Book and got the Book Error Report saying Couldn't open
>  file because a more recent autosaved or recovered version exists.
>  There is a recovered version in the folder.
>  What is the safe thing to do??

>  Les Winberg

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