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How to recover corrupt PPT file

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Post on 10-1-2016 02:57:30 | All posts



You may apply actions below or https://onlinefilerepair.com/en/powe...ir-online.html PowerPoint repair online
Sometimes PowerPoint preferences might cause corruption, to remove the PowerPoint prefs file, go to: [Home Folder]  Library  Preferences  Microsoft (folder)... And drag the PowerPoint Settings file to the Trash. You don't need to empty the trash. Now, try opening the PowerPoint application again.




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Post on 10-1-2016 03:04:24 | All posts



sirold1947 I have renamed your thread for you
For future reference, please use thread titles that are descriptive of your problem (think google search terms?).
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Thanks for all, it was my error.
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sirold1947 I have renamed your thread for you
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sirold1947 I have renamed your thread for you
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Your post does not comply with Rule 1 of our Forum
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To change a Title go to your first post, click EDIT then Go Advanced and change your title, if 2 days have passed ask a moderator to do it for you.
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