I was working on my desk this morning. I tried to open a file. I must have clicked on it badly. The file is missing. I can't find. How can I get it back?

I was working on my desk this morning. I tried to open a file. I must have clicked wrong. The file is missing. I can't find. What can I do?

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What was this file? One that you have created or installed a system folder?

Have you checked the content in your trash?

Please specify what equipment you're talking about - you have posted in forum iMac; your signature says you have a Mac Pro, which is a desktop computer. Are you talking to a Macbook Pro?

Tags: Mac OS & System Software

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