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Corrupted .PPT presentation

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#1 ToscaTusa


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Posted 29 November 2017 - 07:34 AM

I was for a while doing the presentation in MS PowerPoint 2007, my working pc was suddenly freezing and after shut down. I hardly tried to quickly open my problem .ppt file, but unluckily I couldn’t.

Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 03 December 2017 - 06:09 PM.
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#2 mariokant


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Posted 03 December 2017 - 11:57 AM

Following steps, which are generally required for very solution, are shown below:

1. Open MS PowerPoint program. Click on Office button (on top of the left side).

2. A window will be appearing. Now select corrupt PowerPoint file from the system directory.

3. Click on the arrow of Open button. A list will be scrolled down.

4. From the list, click on Open and Repair. After some seconds, the file will be repaired and opened.

Note: Though this solution efficiently works with corrupt files, but if it does not work we must try the following solutions.

1. We should try to open a corrupt file in OpenOffice.org Impress.

2. We should try to open a corrupt file in MS Word. If it gets opened, we can recover at least the text part of the presentation file.

3. We should try to import the slides from the damaged file into a new file.


Time to time such manuals aren't effective like online ppt repair tool, then I go to Google or Bing, there I found




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