By typing UNDELETE on the command line without a file specification, you can use a full-screen menu version of the UNDELETE command. The screen you see contains a list of the deleted files in your current directory and a series of menu options from which to choose. The list displays information about deleted files. You can select any of the following menu options:
By typing UNDELETE on the command line with a file specification, you start UNDELETE for the specified file.
For example, to recover a file called REPORT.TXT that you deleted from your current directory, you can do either of the following:
UNDELETE REPORT.TXT <Enter>
Refer to the explanation about UNDELETE in the ``Command Reference'' chapter of DOSBook for more information about using this file recovery feature.
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