Seattle, WA (PressExposure) October 04, 2013 -- Since MS Project is extremely popular among project managers from companies of any size, from small teams to large enterprises, its files often contain project-critical data and the results of weeks of work. If no backups are done on a regular basis, these files can easily get damaged in a file corruption incident caused by a power or hardware failure, a software bug or experiments with new software dealing with the file system. Users who happened to be trapped in such a situation and who do not know how to view corrupted MPP file of Microsoft Project will find MPP Viewer Tool an invaluable aide for recovering their MS Project data. MPP Viewer Tool was specifically created to help users open, view and restore damaged MPP files of Microsoft Project. The software supports viewing and recovery from Project files created in Microsoft Project 98/2000/XP/2003/2007 and 2010. The built-in viewer is capable of analyzing the contents of damaged MPP files and showing the user all recoverable records and values, including tasks, their durations, start and finish dates, predecessor IDs and the names of resources. The program uses the concept of a step-by-step wizard to guide the user through the process and automate as many actions as possible. Using the program is very easy, since it was created for both professionals and regular users looking for a way to view damaged Project files and recover data from them without leaving their computer and spending money on expensive specialized services. Based on a highly efficient and accurate file analysis engine that makes no modifications in the damaged file, the program recovers more data than most of its closest competitors do, and yet remains intuitive and extremely easy to use for non-professionals.
The trial version of the program is available for immediate download from the manufacturer's website in the form of a compact and virus-free package that takes seconds to download and install.
Product page: http://www.mpp.viewertool.com/