It is a commonly experienced problem as most of the users encounter Word file is not opening because of various reasons. Problem goes even worse when a novice user runs into such problem but fail to identify the reason for not opening DOCX file. In case it is a document that is really very important for you, definitely you will not let this problem unresolved. Since you cannot compromise crucial information stored in DOCX file, repairing Word document is only option to make the file accessible again. Here on this page, you will learn how to open DOCX file that are corrupted and not opening. With the aid of a proficient app, you can make this process very easy and effective. Following are reasons for which DOCX file not opening:
Fix DOCX Tool is integrated with advanced file repair algorithm to make it efficient in resolving issues which could make DOCX file not opening. You can employ this software to repair Word .docx file created on different version of MS Office Word application. It is designed with attractive graphical user interface to make DOCX file repair process easy and simple. This application facilitates you to fix broken, corrupted, damaged and inaccessible DOCX files on Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista and all other versions. Even, if you need to fix any password protected Word DOCX file after corruption, you can rely on this repair tool to get better result. While repairing documents, it retrieves text, hyperlinks, formatting, OLE objects and other elements to deliver the best result. One can go through this link http://www.fixdocx.net/word-2007.html to know how to fix Word 2007 documents.
Step-1: Install & run Fix DOCX tool on your computer to launch main window. With "Browse" option to take DOCX file that is not opening and click on "Repair" button.
Figure 1: Main Window
Step-2: After selecting DOCX file as you click on Repair button, it start repairing and you can view the progress in a screen.
Figure 2: Repairing Process
Step-3: As repair process finishes, you can preview repaired .docx file using preview option.
Figure 3: Preview Fixed File