I'm in a bit of an odd situation.
I had a Word document checked out for editing, in Word 2007. I made a bunch of changes, and clicked the Save button in Word. But, I forgot to actually check the document back in. Now, when I go to check the document out from Sharepoint, I don't see any of my changes and I'm alerted that the copy I've downloaded may not be the latest.
Since I specifically recall hitting the Save button in Word, I'm fairly certain that the updated document must exist somewhere, most likely on my computer. How do I access that copy, so that I can check it in?
Is this possible, or do I just have to re-do all of my changes? Fortunately, re-doing the changes isn't impossible in this case - it's just a bit inconvenient.
I'm not sure what version of Sharepoint our organization is using.
UPDATE: I was luckily able to find the modified copy in my "Recent Documents" history in Word. However, I would like to know if there's another more reliable way since it is possible for this list to get over-written or disabled. Additionally, this copy of the document no longer appears to be linked to Sharepoint - I cannot simply check it in from Word, and will have to manually upload it to Sharepoint and tell it to overwrite the existing document.