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#1 ADAmM0

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Posted 25 May 2015 - 05:02 PM

Powerpoint 2010 gives the following error:
 
"Powerpoint can't create the storage required for an inserted or linked object. File seems to be corrupt at this point".
 
Any suggestions as to what causes this?
Thanks

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Posted 26 May 2015 - 08:07 AM

Hello! 

Opening a Corrupt PowerPoint File Using a Blank Template

1 Open PowerPoint. Click on the circle next to "Blank Presentation." Click "OK." Click on the blank slide template.
2 Click "Insert," "Slides from files." Click the "Find Presentation" tab.
3 Click "Browse" to navigate to the folder containing the PowerPoint file that is corrupt. Click the file to select it. Click "Open."
4 Click "Insert All." The slides from the corrupt PowerPoint file will open in the blank template. Note, the master slide (Slide 1) will not appear in the blank template. You must recreate the master slide.
5 Click "File," "Save As." Enter a new file name in the box next to the wording "File name:." Click "Save." Proceed to the next step.
6 Click "File," "Exit."
If the PowerPoint file does not open, complete the steps in the "Opening a Temporary File."

Opening a Temporary File

1 Click "Start," "My Computer." Navigate to the folder containing the PowerPoint file that is corrupt.
2 Click "Tools," "Folder Options." Click on the "View" tabs. Click on the check box next to the wording "Hide extensions for known file types" to remove the check mark. Click "Apply," "OK."
3 Look for a file named "PPT####.tmp". Right click on the file's name. Select "Rename." Click in the file's name box.
4 Delete the file's extension. Enter "ppt" as the extension. Press "Enter" or "Return."
5 Click "Tools," "Folder Options." Click on the "View" tabs. Click on the check box next to the wording "Hide extensions for known file types." Click "Apply," "OK."
6 Double-click the PowerPoint file to open it within PowerPoint.

If the PowerPoint file does not open again you can fix you error with the help of special tool.

I can recommend you PowerPoint Fix Toolbox

https://www.fixtoolbox.com/powerpointfix.html

I hope i could help you. 

Regards.


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