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If you want to create and modify Office documents you'll need to work with a different technology, Open XML. You can download the Open XML SDK here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30425 More information is available here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb448854(v=office.15).aspx I didn't check up on it in detail, ...
Another solution is there. If you are only concern about single document library, then you can export it or you can save it as template(with Content) and download it in you as your backup file.
There are many 3rd party tools available in the market which help you for item level recovery with less efforts. I am not big fan of DPM we tried it but rejected. I think DocAve get a lot of market reputation for the backup&recovery tool. For me backup is not issue but i want how quickly we restore the a file. here are the list of available tools, you ...
That is certainly one option. Another option is to do individual site collection backups as well as full content db backups. This way, you can restore a single site collection to a separate farm, grab the file, then delete the site collection.
I am taking a wild guess now, but you issue is most likely that User B has enough permission on the item level of that document to open it in edit mode. So just make sure that the User does not have enough permission to edit the file, only read/view it. Regards
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