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What if you get this error “In the Different format” while opening MS powerpoint file
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">To work on MS Powerpoint has become essential in all arenas; be it corporate office, be it colleges, be it research institute. Powerpoint presentations provides such graphical interface to user which makes the presentations more convenient to understand throughly. Powerpoint documents is most widely used software application in MS Office but sometimes it tends to get corrupted due to power outrage, hardware failure issues, virus attacks which results in loss of data. And this corruption leaves you in nowhere situation. In such situations, you must opt a third party powerpoint repair tool which repairs all corrupted ppt/pptx files occurred due to virus attacks or other external malfunctioning.<br /><br />Lets take a scenario where you may be trying to open a read only location and at sudden you get inadvertent error message saying that “unnamed.ppt cannot be opened”.<br /><br />Cause:<br />There could be two reasons for this error. Just have a look at the following reasons:<br /><br />Either, The file may be read-only and you may be trying to open a read-only location.<br /><br />Or, the server where the presentation is located, may not be responding.<br /><br />Resolution:<br /><br />If such error messages occur while working on MS PowerPoint, you must try Open and Repair Option to repair the powerpoint files:<br />Microsoft Powerpoint XP &amp; 2003 provides the option to repair corrupt powerpoint file namely "Open &amp; Repair Option".<br />Simply Open Microsoft PowerPoint,<br />Choose Open , select the problem file<br />Instead of simply hitting the "Open" button, click the small arrow, then choose Open &amp; Repair Option as follows:<br /><br />However, still these steps do not resolve the problem then you must opt a third party power point recovery tool to repair all damaged or corrupt files. This powerpoint repair software uses such algorithm which makes it self-explanatory and user-friendly that no tech expert is needed to work on it.<br /><br />PowerPoint Repair software is a useful tool used to recover PowerPoint data and also other PowerPoint objects, such as text, charts, colors, and WordArt objects. Structure of the original presentation file remains the same. You can download a demo version of the software and understand its working. With supports for repair of MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000 presentations, these tools are compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.</div></div>


How to recover damaged powerpoint file using TEMP folder
<div style="text-align: justify;">File Corruption can take place due to various situations such as power surges, improper shutdown of system, malfunctioning etc. Non-Tech savvy users always rush towards third party software to recover their corrupted files though files can be recovered from Temp Folder if it is saved. This article will help you to recover the corrupted or damaged Powerpoint file of Microsoft. Mainly Powerpoint files get corrupted when you try to save the file or if you are working on it and suddenly your power point application or windows crashes due to power failure. Windows saves a duplicate copy of each current file as a temporary version. In this case, If Temp file is saved then there is no need to opt for any third party software to manage such file corruptions because it can be recovered using TEMP folder.<br /><br />Following are the steps to recover corrupted pwoerpoint files in MS Powerpoint:<br /><br /> <meta equiv="CONTENT-TYPE" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <title></title> <meta name="GENERATOR" content="OpenOffice.org 3.2 (Linux)"> <style type="text/css"> <!-- @page { margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } --></style>First click on Start button then click on Search option to start your search process.<br /><br /><a onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-n3unhHpVH_s/TedbXi6BBWI/AAAAAAAAAAM/zouTEDJrHyY/s1600/go-search.gif"><img style="margin: 0pt 10px 10px 0pt; float: left; cursor: pointer; width: 337px; height: 142px;" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-n3unhHpVH_s/TedbXi6BBWI/AAAAAAAAAAM/zouTEDJrHyY/s320/go-search.gif" alt="" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5613555920605873506" border="0" /></a><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Here type the *.TMP in "All or part of the file name" box then choose the "Local Hard Drives" option in "Look in" box.<br /><br /><a onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-X0uxVZ8XVag/TedbvUzfhmI/AAAAAAAAAAc/uo99ykJKlXk/s1600/temp-search.gif"><img style="margin: 0pt 10px 10px 0pt; float: left; cursor: pointer; width: 178px; height: 320px;" src="http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-X0uxVZ8XVag/TedbvUzfhmI/AAAAAAAAAAc/uo99ykJKlXk/s320/temp-search.gif" alt="" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5613556329137276514" border="0" /></a><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Now click on Search button to start the search process of temporary files on your system local drives.<br /><br />After some time, windows locate the list to temporary files. Here arrange the all temp files as Date modified.<br /><br /><a onblur="try {parent.deselectBloggerImageGracefully();} catch(e) {}" href="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-oghiwzGbwVA/TedbiSJ2MNI/AAAAAAAAAAU/xhWNsqJ_mc4/s1600/search-temp.gif"><img style="margin: 0pt 10px 10px 0pt; float: left; cursor: pointer; width: 320px; height: 157px;" src="http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-oghiwzGbwVA/TedbiSJ2MNI/AAAAAAAAAAU/xhWNsqJ_mc4/s320/search-temp.gif" alt="" id="BLOGGER_PHOTO_ID_5613556105087430866" border="0" /></a><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Now open the PowerPoint and try to open these temp files or double click on that file to run in PowerPoint.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /></div>


Working with Powerpoint Presentation
<div style="text-align: justify;">Powerpoint is a presentation software that can be used to create slide shows to present the text in more graphical form which makes it more convenient to understand, analyze form user point of view. It can be used for printing, web-based display or on-screen projection. There are many similar features to previous versions of powerpoint and new features have been added that you will be able to utilize. There are three features you should keep in mind while working within powerpoint 2007: Microsoft Office Button, Ribbon and Quick Access Toolbar.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Presentation:</span><br />A presentation is a collection of slide shows that is to be delivered to the audience. A Powerpoint presentation can have tables,text,graphics,pictures,video and sound. Either all these can be controlled by a user or can run automatically.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Microsoft Office Button</span><br />There are some functions located in File Menu of older versions of PowerPoint are performed by Microsoft Office Button. To create a new presentation, Open an existing presentation, save at user defined location, to print the presentation, send, or close etc all these are functioned by this button.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Ribbon</span><br />In powerpoint presentation, you will see seven tabs which creates a panel. The ribbon is that panel at the top portion of the document. Seven tabs are following as: Home, Insert, Design, Animations, Slide Show, Review and View and each tab is divided into groups. The groups are designed into logical form to perform function that are used to in develop or edit PowerPoint slides.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Quick Access Toolbar</span><br />The quick access toolbar is a customizable toolbar that contains commands that might be taken in use. Quick access toolbar can be placed above or below the ribbon. To change the location of the quick access toolbar, press on the arrow at the end of the toolbar and click Show Below the Ribbon.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Mini Toolbar</span><br />A new feature in Office 2007 that has been enhanced is the Mini Toolbar. This is a floating toolbar. Whenever you select or right-click on text, the toolbar is displayed. It displays common formatting tools, such as Fonts, Font Size, Bold, Italics and Font Color.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Navigation</span><br />Navigation through the slides can be accomplished through the Slide Navigation menu which is on on the left side of the screen. Also, an respective outline appears from materials that have been entered in the presentation. You can click the outline tab to access the outline.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Slide Views</span><br />Presentations can be viewed in. On the View tab, the Presentation Views group provides you several ways to view the slides as Normal, Slide Sorter, Slide Show, Handout Master, Notes Page, Slide Master, and Notes Master.<br /></div>


What if you get this error “In the Different format” while opening MS powerpoint file
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">To work on MS Powerpoint has become essential in all arenas; be it corporate office, be it colleges, be it research institute. Powerpoint presentations provides such graphical interface to user which makes the presentations more convenient to understand throughly. Powerpoint documents is most widely used software application in MS Office but sometimes it tends to get corrupted due to power outrage, hardware failure issues, virus attacks which results in loss of data. And this corruption leaves you in nowhere situation. In such situations, you must opt a third party powerpoint repair tool which repairs all corrupted ppt/pptx files occurred due to virus attacks or other external malfunctioning.<br /><br />Lets take a scenario where you may be trying to open a read only location and at sudden you get inadvertent error message saying that “unnamed.ppt cannot be opened”.<br /><br />Cause:<br />There could be two reasons for this error. Just have a look at the following reasons:<br /><br />Either, The file may be read-only and you may be trying to open a read-only location.<br /><br />Or, the server where the presentation is located, may not be responding.<br /><br />Resolution:<br /><br />If such error messages occur while working on MS PowerPoint, you must try Open and Repair Option to repair the powerpoint files:<br />Microsoft Powerpoint XP &amp; 2003 provides the option to repair corrupt powerpoint file namely "Open &amp; Repair Option".<br />Simply Open Microsoft PowerPoint,<br />Choose Open , select the problem file<br />Instead of simply hitting the "Open" button, click the small arrow, then choose Open &amp; Repair Option as follows:<br /><br />However, still these steps do not resolve the problem then you must opt a third party power point recovery tool to repair all damaged or corrupt files. This powerpoint repair software uses such algorithm which makes it self-explanatory and user-friendly that no tech expert is needed to work on it.<br /><br />Advanced PowerPoint Repair is a useful tool used to recover PowerPoint data and also other PowerPoint objects, such as text, charts, colors, and WordArt objects. Structure of the original presentation file remains the same. You can download a demo version of the software and understand its working. With supports for repair of MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000 presentations, these tools are compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.</div></div>


A small analysis on PowerPoint corruption: Causes and the possible resolution
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on">PowerPoint corruption sometimes happen unexpectedly and may give nightmares to the people who heavily depend on this application for their important work-related presentations. The reasons for this could be endless, such as application malfunction, virus infection, power fluctuation, operating system errors etc. Corruption makes the PowerPoint file inaccessible causing you to lose all the valuable information contained in the file. To overcome this situation, you need to repair PPT file and restore all the lost data. For this, you may use a third-party PowerPoint repair tool.<br /><br />For instance, when you attempt to upload your PowerPoint presentation to MS-Office Live Meeting 2005 console, you may come across the following error message:<br /><br />“PowerPoint couldn't open the Visual Basic for Applications project in presentation <path file="" of="" presentation="" the="">”<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />The above error may have occurred due to anyone of the following reasons-<br />The PowerPoint file is corrupt.<br />Some associated registry entries may be missing or damaged.<br /><br />The above error would prevent you from accessing the slides and other useful information in your PowerPoint file. In such situations, you may use a backup to restore all your lost data. To repair PowerPoint file in case of backup unavailability, you should follow the below mentioned resolution steps.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />These steps may help you fix the problem and perform- <br />Upload a new PowerPoint presentation to the Live Meeting console. If you are unsuccessful in your attempt, follow the procedure given below-<br />Start the PowerPoint application.<br />Go to 'Help' menu and choose 'Detect and Repair'.<br />Check the 'Restore my shortcuts while repairing' check box and click 'Start'.<br />Follow the above steps to repair the MS Office installation.<br />After completing the process, try uploading the original PowerPoint file to the Live Meeting console.<br /><br />If the above steps are unable to solve this problem, try to take help of an efficient PowerPoint repair tool. These software are user-friendly and more comprehensible. They employ powerful mechanisms to repair your corrupt file and then save the recovered file at any user-specified location. They not only ensure a swift recovery, but are dedicated to meet all the needs of the end users. <br /><br />PowerPoint Recovery is a robust utility that repair and recover damaged PowerPoint files created in MS PowerPoint 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. It enables users to perform a selective recovery of multiple PPT/PPTX files simultaneously. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.</path></div>


A small analysis on PowerPoint corruption: Causes and the possible resolution
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">PowerPoint corruption sometimes happen unexpectedly and may give nightmares to the people who heavily depend on this application for their important work-related presentations. The reasons for this could be endless, such as application malfunction, virus infection, power fluctuation, operating system errors etc. Corruption makes the PowerPoint file inaccessible causing you to lose all the valuable information contained in the file. To overcome this situation, you need to repair PPT file and restore all the lost data. For this, you may use a third-party PowerPoint repair tool.<br /><br />For instance, when you attempt to upload your PowerPoint presentation to MS-Office Live Meeting 2005 console, you may come across the following error message:<br /><br />“PowerPoint couldn't open the Visual Basic for Applications project in presentation <path>”<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />The above error may have occurred due to anyone of the following reasons-<br />The PowerPoint file is corrupt.<br />Some associated registry entries may be missing or damaged.<br /><br />The above error would prevent you from accessing the slides and other useful information in your PowerPoint file. In such situations, you may use a backup to restore all your lost data. To repair PowerPoint file in case of backup unavailability, you should follow the below mentioned resolution steps.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />These steps may help you fix the problem and perform- <br />Upload a new PowerPoint presentation to the Live Meeting console. If you are unsuccessful in your attempt, follow the procedure given below-</path></div><ul style="text-align: justify;"><li>Start the PowerPoint application.</li><li>Go to 'Help' menu and choose 'Detect and Repair'.</li><li>Check the 'Restore my shortcuts while repairing' check box and click 'Start'. </li><li>Follow the above steps to repair the MS Office installation.</li><li>After completing the process, try uploading the original PowerPoint file to the Live Meeting console.</li></ul><div style="text-align: justify;">If the above steps are unable to solve this problem, try to take help of an efficient PowerPoint repair tool. These software are user-friendly and more comprehensible. They employ powerful mechanisms to repair your corrupt file and then save the recovered file at any user-specified location. They not only ensure a swift recovery, but are dedicated to meet all the needs of the end users. <br /><br />PowerPoint Recovery is a robust utility that repair and recover damaged PowerPoint files created in MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. It enables users to perform a selective recovery of multiple PPT/PPTX files simultaneously. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.</div></div>


How to recover corrupted PowerPoint file using TEMP folder
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">An error message can occur when user is trying to open a corrupted powerpoint presentation. There could be several reasons for file corruption such as unexpected system shutdown, virus hits, and application failure which causes the data inaccessibility to the user. To overcome any PPT file corruption scenario and to access the data saved in the powerpoint presentation, the user needs to restore the file from an updated backup. But, in such situations where backup is deficient or unavailable, the user needs to look for an effective third-party software.<br /><br />Today's tip will help you to repair the unreadable and corrupted file of Microsoft PowerPoint. Generally, powerpoint files can get corrupted at the time of saving it or if you are opening it and your PowerPoint application or windows crashes due to power failure. Windows saves a duplicate copy of working file as a temporary version. If these files can be recovered from TEMP folder.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />Follow are the given steps to recover the corrupted files in MS PowerPoint:<br /><br />First click on Start button then click on Search option to start your search process.<br />Here type the *.TMP in "All or part of the file name" box then choose the "Local Hard Drives" option in "Look in" box.<br />Now click on Search button to start the search process of temporary files on your system local drives.<br />After some time, windows locate the list to temporary files. Here arrange the all temp files as Date modified.<br />Now open the PowerPoint and try to open these temp files or double click on that file to run in PowerPoint.<br /><br />However, if all these steps fail to resolve the error message, then you will need to repair your PPT/PPTX file using an effective PPT Repair application.<br /><br />Such PPT Recovery utilities repair logically damaged PPT/PPTX files by employing high-end scanning methods. The repaired files can be restored at default or new user-specified location.<br /><br />Third party PowerPoint Recovery are an easy-to-use PowerPoint Recovery software that performs repair of corrupted PPT/PPTX files in just three simple mouse-clicks. The repair tool supports PPT/PPTX files created in MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000.</div></div>


Is there any solution for the 'Microsoft Visual Basic File Not Found' error in PowerPoint 2000
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on">Microsoft Powerpoint is complete bundle of Microsoft applications. Which is loaded with lots of features and tools which help you in creating exclusive presentations in less time. If macros are used with powerpoint presentations then it automates the tedious and repetitive task. At times, you may encounter problem accessing the content of a PowerPoint presentation containing macros. This could happen only when files get corrupt due to power fluctuations, abrupt system shutdown or corrupt code in macros. To get over such problems, it is necessary to recover Powerpoint presentation by employing various strategies. Still this doesn't work around the problem then you must use backup copy of the presentation file to access the data. However, if no backup is available or no strategy works, then immediately opt for a third-party PowerPoint repair software.<br /><br />Consider a scenario, wherein,you select a slide from either the Slide sorter or Outline views and then click Copy on the Edit menu, you may receive the following error message:<br /><br />"Microsoft Visual Basic<br />File Not Found"<br /><br />As a result of the above error message, you are unable to copy the slide.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />The above behavior is seen if your presentation contains at least one macro, and the code in that macro is corrupt. This causes presentation file to become corrupt, resulting in data inaccessibility.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />In order to fix the problem and remove the macros from the affected presentation, you must try the following PPT recovery steps:<br /><br />Save the presentation in an earlier format<br />1.Open the presentation which displays symptoms<br />2.Go to File menu, click Save As<br />3.Type a new name in the File Name box<br />4.If you are using a Windows version of PowerPoint, then click PowerPoint 95 on the Save As Type list. If you are using a Macintosh version, click PowerPoint 4.0 presentation on the Save As Type list.<br />5.Click Save<br />6.Close the affected presentation and open the new copy<br /><br />This particular method has its own share of advantages and disadvantages. While advantage being it is easy to use, the disadvantage is that if you presentation contains elements (animation, transition effects, gradients etc) which are not supported in the earlier version of PowerPoint, those elements can change.<br /><br />Alternatively, in order to recover presentation successfully, you must download a professional ppt recovery software from the Internet. Such tools repair corrupt ppt files in an efficient manner and restores all their components.</div>


Perform ppt recovery if a Malicious Virus has corrupted your PowerPoint file
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">Virus attack makes a situation quite adverse for you. Files that are infected by a virus make all the data inaccessible for you. Let's say, you use MS-PowerPoint application for making presentations. If a virus attacks the PowerPoint file, it makes the data of presentation and slide show unapproachable for you. In order to overcome such data loss situations, a backup or a third party PowerPoint recovery tool is the only ray of hope. If backup is available, then use it. Otherwise, use PowerPoint recovery tools to perform ppt repair.<br /><br />To exemplify the above issue, let's consider a scenario. Suppose, your manager has to send an email regarding your work. And, you are eagerly waiting for that email from him. In that mail, an updated plan is there related to your company's new project. When you receive that mail from your manager, you instantly open the attachment without even scanning it. The, attachment contains a PowerPoint file. When you run that slide show, you find that the file is corrupted. Due to corruption, it does not open. And you find that your system starts behaving abruptly, from the moment that PowerPoint file was downloaded and run! Now what will you do?<br /><b></b><br /><b>Cause:</b><br />The possible cause for the occurrence of the above situation is that attachment of the mails contain a highly malicious virus. Viruses result in the corruption of files and also make modifications to critical system registry entries. Additionally, they can download and execute files. System information can also be sent to other systems by this virus without notifying you or without your knowledge.<br /><br /><b>Resolution: </b><br />Not to get into such a problem in future, you should always be careful while opening attachments from the sources that are unknown to you. One other suggestion, is to keep the latest virus definitions of anti-virus software.<br /><br />Also keep your system free from virus, by scanning the system frequently with updated anti-virus software. These suggestions will help you make your system virus free. But for files that have already been infected with the deadly virus, you have to opt for a third-party PowerPoint recovery tools. These third party tools perform ppt repair in a few mouse clicks. These tools are read-only and non-destructive in nature. For using these tools, you do not need to be tech-savvy.<br /><br />&nbsp;PowerPoint Repair tool successfully performs ppt repair and recovers all the mail-components, such as text, colors, WordArt objects, headers, footers, and more with much ease. The tool is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000 and NT and supports MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. You can download a demo version of the software to know its functionalities.</div></div>


Keep yourself away from the harms of corrupt MS-Powerpoint presentation
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">Facing data loss situations in computer application is not a big thing. Computer applications get corrupt due to several reasons. Sometimes, MS-Powerpoint application also gets corrupt and prevents you from accessing data. But do not get upset. Here is a hope! You can access Powerpoint presentation without any difficulty. Let's see how! Use a suitable backup. If backup is not available, then there is no need to worry. Opt for third-party Powerpoint Recovery tools. These tools repair Powerpoint presentations and make a corrupt Powerpoint presentation corruption-free.<br /><br />Let us examine the above issue by considering an error message. Suppose, you try to open a Powerpoint presentation in your system. But instead of opening the presentation, your PowerPoint application gives you an error message:<br /><br />“This is not a PowerPoint Presentation.”<br />This error message bothers you on every attempt to open the Powerpoint presentation.<br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />The reason responsible for the occurrence of the above error message is the use of corrupt PowerPoint presentation. A number of reasons lead to corruption of Powerpoint application. These are, unexpected system shutdown, system crash, malicious virus, and application malfunction. <br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />To resolve the above error message you need to follow the below mentioned steps:<br />Restart the Windows in safe mode.<br />Drag the Powerpoint presentation to the PowerPoint program file.<br />Try to open Powerpoint presentation in Windows Explorer by double clicking.<br />Insert the Powerpoint slides into a blank presentation.<br />Try to open the temporary file of the Powerpoint presentation.<br />Opening Powerpoint presentation in Powerpoint Viewer may help to solve above issue.<br />Transfer the presentation to another system, and see if it opens there.<br />Transfer the presentation to another drive, and see if it opens there.<br />Execute Scan Disk.<br /><br />If none of the above measures allows you to open the Powerpoint presentation, then leave them. And, select third-party PowerPoint Recovery tools. These tools recover Powerpoint and the results that are produced are better than other methods. These tools are easy to use.<br /><br />Powerpoint repair is a result-oriented tool that is used to recover Powerpoint presentations and retrieve all the objects, such as charts, colors, text, and various similar features of presentations created in MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. The tool also recovers multiple files with the help of raw recovery. Formatting of the Powerpoint files remains protected with this Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT compatible utility.</div></div>


How to ward off “PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by .ppt”
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on">Developed and marketed by Microsoft, PowerPoint application is a presentation program. It is used widely in schools, colleges, and companies. PowerPoint application is used by lecturers, teachers, and by professionals. Number of features are present that makes PowerPoint application more user-friendly.<br /><br />Application includes templates, slides containing audio, video, graphics, and text. But at times, PowerPoint application leads to corruption. And a situation of data loss is encountered. To handle such a situation, backup proves quite helpful. If backup falls short to recover, then a third-party PowerPoint recovery tool can be taken into account to repair PowerPoint presentation files.<br /><br />Let's consider an error message that appears when you try to open a PowerPoint presentation in your system but remain unsuccessful and receive the following error message:<br /><br />"PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by .ppt ”<br /><br />Data of the PowerPoint presentation cannot be accessed as the file cannot be opened.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />Some of the causes that are responsible for the occurrence of above error message are discussed below:<br />Version incompatibility is one of the important cause for the above error. It might be possible that you have created a PowerPoint presentation in a version of PowerPoint that is earlier than the current version.<br />Corrupt or damaged PowerPoint presentation is also the cause for the above error message.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />To resolve the above error message, you need to take some suggestions:<br />Open PowerPoint presentation file in the same version in which you have created the PowerPoint presentation.<br />If version incompatibility is not an issue, then the corrupt PowerPoint presentation is responsible for the occurrence of the above error message.<br /><br />If you are able to open a PowerPoint presentation in your system after following above steps, then it is fine. Otherwise, you have an option to repair and recover PowerPoint data with the help of a third-party PowerPoint recovery products. These products make Microsoft PowerPoint application problem free.<br />For performing PowerPoint recovery using these tools, you do not need to have prior recovery experience.<br /><br />Powerpoint repair is a useful tool used to recover PowerPoint data and also other PowerPoint objects, such as text, charts, colors, and WordArt objects. Structure of the original presentation file remains the same. You can download a demo version of the software and understand its working. With supports for repair of MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000 presentations, these tools are compatible with Windows 7, Vista, Server 2003, XP, 2000, and NT.</div>


How to resolve Error Your system is low on virtual memory...'while opening PowerPoint Presentation'
<div dir="ltr" style="text-align: left;" trbidi="on"><div style="text-align: justify;">Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentations most often get corrupted due to some unanticipated reasons such as abrupt power outage, system incompatibility issues, application faults and virus infections which result inaccessibility to ppt files. If you try to open these corrupted files, you get multiple errors. To resolve such issues, let me put you across some powerpoint repair tips to extract data from corrupted presentations.<br /><br />Corporates, Business associates, students, trainers etc. use MS PowerPoint to created and manage slides. Consider one special-purposed presentation that has been generated to exhibit the next-day.<br />But when you are try to open the file it shows an error message without demonstrating it and fails to open.<br /><br />“Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file.”<br /><br />And after reading this message you request for more memory which is not permitted.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Methods to Solve</span><br />Before you proceed for PowerPoint presentation repair, make sure that unexpected errors messages are exclusive to the file in issue not with the other files on the computer. To repair corrupt PowerPoint presentation file you must try below listed methods :<br /><br /></div><ul style="text-align: justify;"><li>Open Windows Explorer and double-click the presentation to open it</li><li>Create an empty presentation and try to insert the slides from damaged presentation into it</li><li>Locate the PowerPoint program file under 'Programs files' folders and drag the presentation to it and try to open</li><li>Use PowerPoint viewer to open the corrupt presentation</li><li>If you can open the presentation, try applying it as a template</li></ul><div style="text-align: justify;"><br />However, still these methods don't help in extracting the data , restore it from backup file or you can<br />use a third party Powerpoint Repair software. These PowerPoint repair software uses such algorithm which repairs and recovers the files in quick and fast manner and restores at user-specified location with original contents.<br /><br />Powerpoint Repair is a complete solution to all your PowerPoint presentation corruption problems. This software repairs and recovers PowerPoint presentations, irrespective of the extent of damage. It supports files created in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000, and restores all file objects into a new file, without altering the original one.<br /><br /></div></div>


Experiencing MS09.dll file Error while performing operations in MS-PowerPoint
Microsoft PowerPoint uses several library files for proper execution. MS09.dll file is one of the library file that is quite important in its working. If due to any reason MS09.dll file gets damaged or destroyed, MS-PowerPoint application starts flashing different types of error messages while performing various operations. This occurs because of corrupt or damaged objects. Data cannot be accessed in such a situation. But if backup is available, then accessing the data will not be a problem. It might be possible that backup is not maintained. In such a case, go for a PowerPoint recovery tool. The tool is developed to <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">repair powerpoint</a> file and make MS-PowerPoint application error free.<br /><br />Consider a practical example when you try to print a PowerPoint presentation – having at least one object, or copy an object or a slide (which contains at least one object) of the presentation. The application throws an error that prevents you from performing any of the above mentioned operations:<br /><br />“MSO9.dll Error.”<br /><br />This message bothers you every time you try to copy or print an object.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />The root cause for the above error is when damaged or destroyed object or objects are used.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />If problem is occurring while copying objects or slides, then follow the below steps:<br />1)In MS PowerPoint, click Cut by right clicking the object.<br />2)Open MS- Word or WordPad, and then Paste.<br />3)Use copy option by right clicking object in word or word pad.<br />4)Open MS- PowerPoint paste the object there.<br /><br /> If cut, copy, and paste the object operation cannot be performed, then remove the damaged object and again create that object. If the problem is occurring while printing of corrupted object, first of all turn off background printing. For doing this follow the below mentioned steps:<br /><br />1.Go to Tools >> Options.<br />2.Select the Print tab.<br />3.Uncheck the Background Printing check box, and then click OK button.<br /><br />Above cases help you in most of the cases. But if the object is damaged or destroyed, then it is of no use. Damaged objects can also destroy the PowerPoint application. To handle such a critical situation, you must recover PowerPoint file, so, you do not suffer any problem while accessing the application. For recovery of the PowerPoint files, a third party PowerPoint recovery tool is recommended. These tools are developed by experts and are simple to use. Due to this, no difficulty is faced while using the respective tool.<br /><br /><a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/">Stellar powerpoint repair</a> is a suitable utility used to recover PowerPoint application and all its components, including WordArt objects, images, text, color, font name, font, footnotes, and headers. All the information is retrieved while recovery. This tool is read-only and non destructive in nature, and compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, and NT operating systems.


'Fast saves' might lead to PowerPoint presentation corruption
<div style="text-align: justify;">Fast saves option in PowerPoint empowers you to save the recent changes in a presentation file in a fastest way. But, not many people are aware that it increases the size of a presentation file by appending changes to the file rather than rewriting the file when you use 'Save As' option. This is the reason why you end up having a large presentation. Large presentation are responsible for slowing down your computer and in some cases the computer may crash while trying to handle a presentation. This behavior leads to corruption in a presentation file. If you do not turn off the 'Allow fast saves' option you are bound to experience the above-discussed problems. In worst scenarios, you might even have to opt for effective <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/">powerpoint repair</a> methods to retrieve data from a corrupt presentation.<br /><br />Consider a situation, wherein, you are working on a presentation which has 'Allow fast saves' option enabled. The next day, when you try and open the presentation, you might come across the following error message:<br /><br />"PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by filename.ppt"<br /><br />As a result of the error message, the PowerPoint could not open your presentation and all its information becomes inaccessible.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />You might get the above error message if 'Allow fast saves' option is enabled. The fast save feature was required in early days of PowerPoint because then the files used to be very large and it used to take several minutes to save a particular file.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />You must consider the following PPT recovery steps in order to tackle corruption issues:<br /><br />Turn off the 'Fast Saves' option<br />1.Go to Tools menu<br />2.Click Options<br />3.Click the Save tab<br />4.Uncheck the 'Allow fast saves' option<br />Use Save As command to create an issue-free presentation. This command includes all the changes in a presentation file and rewrites the data.<br />If a presentation becomes corrupt and you do not know what to do, then simply download a third-party PowerPoint recovery software from the Internet and use it to repair damaged presentations.<br /><br />These applications are capable of addressing all corruption and data loss issues with PowerPoint presentations.<br /><br />In order to recover PowerPoint presentation safely, you must rely on a read-only software like Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery. Capable of restoring all components of a corrupt presentation files, this user-friendly application is compatible with MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. You can also use this <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/">PPT repair</a> application to perform 'Raw Recovery' in case of severely damaged presentations.<br /></div>


Handling PowerPoint File And Its Corruption Is Easier Than You Think
<div style="text-align: justify;">Working on MS PowerPoint has always been great. But one must adhere to some measures that prevent corruption of your file. Otherwise opting for <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">PowerPoint repair</a> is an indispensable thing. Let us see what precautions a user can observe before discussing ways to perform ppt recovery in case it goes corrupt.<br /><br />Make sure that you:<br /><br />Have the file saved on the drive on which you are working. Do not work on a file saved on the network or on some external storage media.<br />Do not allow fast saves as this feature appends the changes done to the file.<br />Save the document as often as you can.<br />Take frequent backups.<br />Perform hard drive maintenance regularly<br />Send the files over the internet after zipping them<br /><br />The above observed steps help ensure your ppt file doesn't become corrupt.<br /><br />But in case, you didn't know the above important things, and have already faced corruption, then you will need to recover your file, or at least the data from the corrupt file. For this, you will need to follow the below mentioned steps:<br /><br />Try to open the file with the system in Safe Mode. At times, system conflicts prevent you from opening the file.<br />Try to import slides in a new presentation using the insert menu.<br />Search for and open the tmp file create for that file using Open files option in MS PowerPoint application. This works in many cases.<br />Another way out is to try and open the presentation in MS Office Word.<br />You may try to move the file to another location. So if it is in removable media, move it to hard disk. And, if you have the file on your system, then save the file on another partition or hard drive.<br />There are times when dragging the file onto powerpnt.exe may allow you to open the file. You may try to open the file using Windows Explorer. At times PowerPoint Viewer lets you open the file.<br />Though, one of the above methods work, there is a possibility that the file is corrupt enough for none of the above ways to work for you. So, your last resort is opting for a <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">powerpoint repair tool</a>. These are specialized, read-only software that are meant to extract the data from the corrupt file, and save that data in another file.<br /><br />Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair software repairs the file and all the components of the file including color, charts, text, graphical images, Word Art Objects, headers, footers, and more.<br /></div>


Here is a fix to open corrupt Powerpoint files
<div style="text-align: justify;">Hearing from any PowerPoint user, “my PowerPoint presentation cannot be opened”, is not a new thing. In fact, it is quite a common problem. Many times, it happens because of corruption, PowerPoint file gets corrupt and cannot be opened. Even if you try to open it, again and again the same problem occurs. You cannot head any further. A lot of reasons are responsible for corruption of PowerPoint file. Whatever may be the reason, your only concern is to <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">repair powerpoint</a> file. You can recover it by applying different methods. For good results, choose a PowerPoint recovery software.<br />To illustrate this problem, first of all keep in mind that MS-PowerPoint file gets corrupt even when you are working with it. It stops you from doing any work. In addition to this it throws an error message as described below:<br /><br />“This is not a PowerPoint Presentation.”<br />Or<br />"PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by [filename].ppt."<br /><br />When you try to open corrupt presentation, you receive messages like, low memory or low system resources. Additionally, you suffer data loss as your file refuses to open. All the data of the PowerPoint presentation remains untouched.<br />Cause:<br />All these error messages appear on the screen because of damaged or destroyed PowerPoint presentation or file.<br />Resolution:<br />You can easily open damaged PowerPoint presentation by following undermentioned steps:<br />Insert the Slides into a Blank Presentation:<br />1. Go to File menu >> New.<br />2. Select a blank presentation.<br />3.Go to Insert menu >> Slides From File.<br />4.Locate the corrupt presentation in the appearing dialog box.<br />5.Select the presentation and select Insert.<br />6.Save the presentation.<br />Corrupt presentation slides must be pasted into a new presentation.<br />To save the presentation use RTF formatting.<br />After performing these steps, you can open a PowerPoint presentation. If, you cannot open it, then there is a need to opt for third party PowerPoint Recovery tools. These tools recover PowerPoint files by applying advanced scanning algorithms. A detailed documentation is provided with the software so that no difficulty is faced while using the software. Check the features of the software using a demo version, if available.<br /> Stellar Phoenix <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">powerpoint repair tool</a> can recover PowerPoint files and the data of the file such as color, font name, images, charts, and more. Even<span style="display: block;" id="formatbar_Buttons"><span class=" on down" style="display: block;" id="formatbar_CreateLink" title="Link" onmouseover="ButtonHoverOn(this);" onmouseout="ButtonHoverOff(this);" onmouseup="" onmousedown="CheckFormatting(event);FormatbarButton('richeditorframe', this, 8);ButtonMouseDown(this);"><img src="img/blank.gif" alt="Link" class="gl_link" border="0" /></span></span> its headers and footers can be recovered using this software. The tool shows compatibility with Windows Vista, XP, 7, 2000, and NT, and recovers presentations created with MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000 are supported by this software.<br /></div>


PowerPoint 2007 error message when trying to create chart object
<p style="text-align: justify;">Microsoft Powerpoint 2007 is a presentation software package. Trainers, professionals and students use slide show to illustrate their presentations. Many times companies also demands for charts in their documents or presentations to make it more user friendly. In many cases these charts have a standard position, format, size which make them a unique candidate for automation which can save many hours of manual labor. The ability to pro grammatically manipulate charts in powerpoint makes the appearance of presentation more interactive. At times, when you create chart objects you get such kind of error message :</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> “To insert a chart, you must first close any open dialog boxes or cancel editing mode in Microsoft</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> However there could be some another compatibility issues and least chances for ppt file to get damaged. Yet in case If power-point gets corrupt then you should replace it with its updated backup. If you do not have the updated backup, then you must consider using a <a id="link_0" href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/" mce_href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com" target="_blank">Powerpoint repair tool</a>.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> <strong>Causes:</strong></p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">The issue might have occurred due to,</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> Either organizational chart has been completely re-written</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> Or, file may have gone corrupted.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> <strong>Resolution:</strong></p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> To work around this issue follow the following steps.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">Close all programs that are currently running.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">1.Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click Add or Remove Programs.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">2.In the list of currently installed programs, click the installed version of the 2007 Microsoft Office system and then click Change.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">3.Click Add or Remove Features, and then click Continue.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">4.Expand Microsoft Office PowerPoint , click the icon next to the Organization Chart Add-in for Microsoft Office programs, and then select Run from My Computer.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">5.Click Continue.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">6.Click Close.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">7.Double-click the organization chart object in PowerPoint 2007 to open the Organization Chart add-in.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;"> Still if doesn't help in resolving the issue then you need to <a id="link_1" href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/" mce_href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com" target="_blank">repair powerpoint</a> file using some third party powerpoint recovery tool.</p><div style="text-align: justify;"> </div><p style="text-align: justify;">Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery software uses efficient ways to repair and recover all kinds of PowerPoint files such as ppt, pptx, pps, etc. It can recover all kinds of PowerPoint components such as text, color, font, name, etc. It has an easy-to-use user interface that does not require any prior technical knowledge. It supports PowerPoint presentations created in MS PowerPoint 2010 (Beta), 2007, 2003, XP, and 2000. It is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003.</p>


Powerpoint file corruption due to Virus infection
<div style="text-align: justify;">Phew!! It doesn't happen only one time when your system gets corrupted. Whenever your internal files encounters virus your system stops working which causes harmful reactions on your files , stored on your hard disk. What can be done in these situations.<br /><br />Once i came across the same situation while i was creating slides using powerpoint. I imported some templates from Internet to make my presentation more attractive and user friendly but i didn't know that there was some virus attached with the downloaded files. As soon as i opened my powerpoint i got an error message that “File can not be opened”.<br /><br />What could possibly happen? It is nothing just virus attack.<br />To elaborate this, presence of a virus in the system can adversely affect the PowerPoint file, causing its corruption. To get your data back one must have backup file but what if you have not maintained a backup file then you need to go for efficient <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">powerpoint repair tool</a> to retrieve all content of powerpoint file.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause:</span><br />Probability of virus infection cause powerpoint file corruption. As it was downloaded via Internet so there are high probability that the file was virus infected which might have corrupted your powerpoint file.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution:</span><br />Give your concern to the following measures to resolve the issue:<br /><br />Either , Try to open the file on another system. If it opens, then the problem is resolved.<br /> Or, Try to repair the file using Scan Disk utility and open it to access the data.<br /><br />If still it does not work then you can recover slides by importing them in another presentation.<br />However if the issue doesn't get resolve then you need to opt for <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">powerpoint repair</a> tool to repair all corrupt file and retrieve the contents. These tools uses such scanning algorithm to scan that repairs the all damaged files effectively and don not make any changes to the original contents.<br /><br />Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery does the job for you by retrieving all the data from the corrupted or damaged PowerPoint files in all corruption instances. This PowerPoint Recovery utility performs recovery for all components of PowerPoint including text, color, font, font name, etc. Being non-destructive in nature, it does not affect data integrity and supports PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000. It is designed for Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, and 2000.<br /></div>


Damaged object causes 'System low on virtual memory' error in PowerPoint file
<div style="text-align: justify;">PowerPoint is a feature-rich presentation program used by millions across the globe. The application, part of the MS Office suite, lets you create stunning presentations with ease and convenience. However, at times, certain PowerPoint errors might baffle you. The problem increases when you cannot access the information stored in a presentation. This, mostly, happens when a presentation contains a damaged object (s) or if a file is itself corrupt. To handle corruption and recover maximum amount of information, you can employ several corrective steps provided by Microsoft. But, if you cannot conduct successful recovery, it is recommended that you opt for a third-party <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">Powerpoint repair</a> software.<br /><br />Consider a scenario, wherein, you get a PowerPoint 2000 presentation via e-mail. You save it to your computer's disk and make an attempt to open it. The presentation doesn't open and you may receive the following error message:<br /><br />"Your system is low on virtual memory. To ensure that Windows runs properly, increase the size of your virtual memory paging file."<br /><br />Upon receiving the error message, you might think about increasing the size of virtual memory, but the fact is you cannot eliminate the error message this way.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />The possible reasons behind the above error message are:<br />•If the presentation contains a damaged object<br />•Or if the presentation is corrupt (network failure while downloading, large size and other reasons)<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />In order to resolve the problem, you must follow the below-mentioned PPT recovery steps:<br />•You must remove the damaged object from the presentation. Here is a list of steps to follow:<br />1.Start PowerPoint 2000, and open the affected presentation<br />2.Start scrolling the file. The computer would stop responding on one of the slides which contains the damaged object before throwing the error<br />3.Note the location of the problematic object<br />4.Now, open the presentation in question on a Windows 95 or 98-based computer system<br />5.Go to the location of the offending object and delete it<br />6.You can now open the presentation on your computer<br />•If you suspect severe corruption in the presentation file, then it is better that you grab a professional PowerPoint recovery application.<br /><br />Corrupt presentations can be easily repaired and recovered by employing a do-it-yourself and reliable software like Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery. This application recovers all objects of a corrupt presentation and supports MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002 and 2000 versions. Moreover, being read-only, this <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com">PPT repair</a> software never modifies the original content.<br /><br /></div>


How to eliminate 'no text converter' error while opening PowerPoint presentation
<div style="text-align: justify;">PowerPoint is one of the vital applications which comes packed in Microsoft Office suite. Used extensively by teachers, marketing professionals, students, trainers worldwide, this application incorporates a host of highly useful features. The presence of advanced features ensure that you make impressive presentations without putting in much efforts. However, errors in PowerPoint presentations are a big nuisance. Various errors are signals of corruption and can make a presenter feel anxious about the fate of his presentation. A corrupt presentation either includes unreadable or unformatted text or doesn't open at all. To extract information from an affected presentation, you would have to take help from a clean and updated backup. But, in case a backup is not updated or is corrupt, you can grab a third-party powerpoint repair software and easily recover the lost data. The article details you about the capabilities of a repair software meant for PowerPoint files.<br /><br />Consider a scenario, wherein, you have developed a presentation (in MS PowerPoint 2003) to be sent to your company's clients. One fine afternoon, before sending it across, you think about modifying certain things. When you make an attempt to open the presentation, it displays the following error message:<br /><br />"PowerPoint can't read the outline from file_path/filename.ppt. No text converter is installed for this file type."<br /><br />Due to the error message, you cannot view the data stored in the presentation let alone modify it.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />The error message is a classic sign of corruption. The presentation could have become corrupt because of the following reasons:<br /><br />a) Unexpected computer shutdown b) Power spikes or outages c) Application errors d) If you have enabled 'Allow fast saves' option etc<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />The following PPT recovery methods can be employed to fix the issue;<br /><br />*You can recover a damaged file by using Slides from Files option. Here are the corresponding steps:<br />1.Open a new presentation<br />2.Go to Insert menu, click Slides from Files<br />3.Locate and Browse to the damaged file in the Slide Finder box<br />4.Click Insert All or Insert to insert individual slides<br />*In order to recover some text of the damaged presentation, you can try opening it in Word: 1.Open Word application<br />2.Go to file menu, click Open<br />3.Click the arrow next to the Files of Type box in the Open box, followed by clicking Recover Text From Any File<br />4.Locate your corrupt presentation, select it and click Open<br />5.Reset your Files of Type option to All Word documents after you are done<br />*If you cannot recover the corrupt presentation successfully, then it is recommended that you opt for a professional PowerPoint recovery software.<br /><br />Corrupt presentations can be repaired easily by employing a reliable and efficient software. These third party application repairs presentations created with MS PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000, regardless of the corruption scenarios. Being read-only in nature, this PPT repair application doesn't tamper with the original data stored in affected presentations.<br /></div>


What to do when PowerPoint presentation Gives Error and Doesn't Open?
<div style="text-align: justify;">Microsoft Office PowerPoint has been the most trusted presentation program for years. And for more than 2 years now, it is the 2007 version of it, which has been enjoying the confidence and faith of all its users. Having said that, one cannot deny that this application like any other application can fail a customer when most required, as its files are prone to corruption. So a user must always keep a backup of all his important presentations to be able to perform pptx recovery, when required. Otherwise a user has to rely on a <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/">Powerpoint repair</a> tool.<br /><br />Consider, you are working on a project for a meeting next week and have almost completed all your work, when your friend comes over, and you go for a long break. You closed your presentation before leaving. When you open the presentation later that day, you find that it refuses to open while giving you following error:<br /><br />PowerPoint found unreadable content in Presentation.pptx. Do you want to recover the contents of this presentation? If you trust the source of this presentation, click Yes.<br /><br />Or,<br /><br />There was an error access C:\documents and settings\username\Presentation.pptx<br /><br />It surprises you as it was fine when you closed it. You wonder, what could possibly be wrong.<br /><br />This abrupt behavior is due to the presence of invalid or damaged data in your presentation. Due to this, the presentation has become corrupt or damaged.<br /><br />PowerPoint file can become corrupt when user has to work from removable storage devices, like, network servers, CD-ROMs, USB flash drives, Zip disks. Ensure, you don't do that. Also, do take other precautions, like the Allow fast saves feature should be turned off, but keep saving the file frequently. Another important thing is to keep validated backups, and follow hard drive maintenance practices. These things can help you prevent such problems in future. But in case you have already encountered it, do go through resolutions.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolutions: </span><br />If you have an earlier version of PowerPoint, for example PowerPoint 2000 and earlier versions, it is possible that they do not read or detect the various types of invalid or damaged data in presentation which PowerPoint 2007 can detect. So, you can try to open the file in an earlier version of PowerPoint. If the presentation opens, insert the slides from the damaged presentation into a new presentation. For this, click New Slide from Slides group on the Home tab, and select Reuse Slides. In the pane which opens up, click Open a PowerPoint File. In the dialog box marked Browse, search for your presentation, and click on the Open button.<br /><br />If this doesn't sort out the problem, then the user will have to opt for <a href="http://www.stellarpowerpointrepair.com/">ppt repair</a> tools. This tool is a complete solution for all PowerPoint recovery needs, and supports recovery of all Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, 2003, 2002, and 2000.<br /></div>


Unable to open 2003 presentation in PowerPoint 2007 on Windows 7 platform
<div style="text-align: justify;">Release of Windows 7 was being looked forward to by most of the Windows users. And soon after it was released, it instantly became a hit with most of the people. And coupled with MS Office 2007 Suite, it soon became a highly competitive combination. But does that mean it is an unbeatable combination. Does this solve the occasional file corruption or damage problem. Does this mean that the business presentation and marketing people will not have to search for <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com/powerpoint-recovery.php">powerpoint recovery</a> measures. Will they not need to recover ppt files.<br /><br />Recently, my friend installed Microsoft Windows 7 and Office 2007 Suite along with all the latest updates. But on trying to open a presentation created using Office 2003, she got the following error:<br /><br />'PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by file_name.ppt'<br /><br />On clicking the help button displayed below, following information flashes:<br /><br />The selected file does not appear to be a valid Microsoft Office PowerPoint file. It might be another kind of Microsoft Office System file or a file created by using a different program.<br /><br />Try double-clicking the file in Windows Explorer to see if another program will open it. If PowerPoint opens again when you double-click the file in Windows Explorer, it is possible that the file is not a PowerPoint file but that its extension was renamed to be that of a registered PowerPoint file type (such as .ppt, .pptx, .pps, .ppsx, .pptx, .pot, or .potx) but the file is not a PowerPoint file.<br /><br />To determine which program can open the file, try any of the following:<br /><br />Contact the original author (if known) to find out which program was used to create this file. Then rename the file with the correct extension so that it can be opened by that program.<br /><br />Try opening the file in other programs.<br /><br />If you, or someone you know, are very knowledgeable about software, examine the file header in a text editor to determine which program can read the file.<br /><br />Another possibility is that the file was damaged during transfer from another computer. If the file was transmitted over a modem, try re-transmitting the file.<br /><br />Lastly, the file might have become corrupted. If you have a backup copy of the file, use it. It is not currently possible to reverse file corruption.<br /><br />Such a situation occurs when the presentation is damaged. First ensure that the problem is with the file in question. This can be done by trying to open the file on another computer, and by opening another presentation on your computer.<br /><br />Considering you zeroed in and found that the problem is with your file only, then you need to restart your computer in Safe mode and try to open your file. If the presentation opens, it means that a system conflict was preventing the file from opening. If it doesn't help, follow the steps mentioned underneath:<br /><br />•Drag the presentation to PowerPoint 2007 program file icon.<br />•Open Windows Explorer, and in the application double-click the presentation icon.<br />•Another way is to create a new presentation, and insert slides into the presentation.<br />•Open the temporary file 'file_name.tmp' of the presentation, and rename it as 'file_name.ppt' by simply replacing .tmp by .ppt.<br />•Another way is to try and open it in PowerPoint Viewer 2007.<br />•Create a copy of the damaged file. It might open and work properly.<br />•Try to run ScanDisk on your computer. If the presentation is cross-linked, then this utility will be able to repair the presentation.<br />•These steps should be able to recover PowerPoint files. If they fail, then you'll need to use the most updated backup to recover ppt file.<br />•In case you do not have a backup, then you'll need to perform <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com">ppt repair</a> using PowerPoint Recovery Software.<br /><br /></div>


'MSO9.dll Error' while copying object or slide in PowerPoint 2000?
<div style="text-align: justify;">PowerPoint presentations fall prey to corruption very easily. A corrupt PowerPoint files displays unusual behavior and might leave you without data. The prominent reasons behind corruption include application malfunction, power failures, abrupt system shutdown, bulky files and more. Irrespective of the reasons, you are always at the risk of losing your critical information. Data loss is one major problem which PowerPoint users are often seen grappling with. However, things have changed in today's technology-driven era. PowerPoint corruption can be fought easily if you have a healthy backup available. And, if you do not have a valid backup, things can still be brought under control. If one of your PowerPoint presentations become corrupt and you do not have an appropriate backup to restore the information, you must acquire a professional <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com">ppt repair</a> software.<br /><br />Consider a situation, wherein, you have a presentation created with MS PowerPoint 2000 version. When you try to copy an object or a slide to this presentation, the attempt fails. Additionally, you get startled by the sudden appearance of the following error message:<br /><br />"MSO9.dll Error"<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />The above error message can occur while dealing with a PowerPoint 2000 presentation in the following cases:<br /><br />•If the object or slide in question is damaged or corrupt<br />•If the presentation is itself corrupt<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />The following PPT recovery steps should be considered to eliminate the error messages:<br /><br />•In order to resolve issues while copying objects or slides consider these steps:<br />1.In PowerPoint, right-click the object and click Cut<br />2.Open Microsoft Word or Word Pad, and click Paste<br />3.Now right-click the object in MS Word or Word Pad, click Copy<br />4.Go back to PowerPoint, open the presentation in question and paste the object back in it<br />•If you are facing problems while cutting, copying or pasting the object, then you must delete the object and re-create it.<br />•If you suspect the presentation to be corrupt, then look for a backup copy and do a restore<br />•If the backup option is not available or unusable, you must download a third-party <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com/powerpoint-recovery.php">PowerPoint recovery</a> application.<br /><br /></div>


How to resolve 'PowerPoint couldn't open the Visual Basic for Applications...' error
<div style="text-align: justify;">PowerPoint presentations, just like other MS Office program files, have the tendency to go corrupt in situations like unexpected system shutdown, application malfunction, power failures and others. If corruption occurs, an affected presentation might display abrupt behavior including, unformatted text, error messages, data inaccessibility etc. Since corruption leads to data loss, you must restore the lost information using a backup copy of the presentation. However, if no valid backup exists, you can very well depend on a third-party software. In today's technology-driven era, it is possible to recover damaged or corrupt presentation by using a <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com/powerpoint-recovery.php">PowerPoint recovery</a> application, easily available on the Internet.<br /><br />Consider a situation, wherein, you have a crucial meeting lined up with a business client and your immediate boss. You have to introduce the client to your company's latest offerings. The important information is stored in a PowerPoint presentation, which has to be shared via Live Meeting Console. When you try to upload the presentation to the MS Office Live Meeting 2005 Console, you fail miserably. The PowerPoint presentation doesn't open and you receive the following error message:<br /><br />"PowerPoint couldn't open the Visual Basic for Applications project in presentation <path>"<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />You were unable to upload and open the presentation in Live Meeting Console due to the following reasons:<br /><br />1.If some of the files or register entries for MS Office are missing or damaged<br />2.If the presentation is damaged or corrupt<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />It has become quite essential to perform PPT recovery so that you can share the information with both your company's client and boss. Here is a list of steps to be taken:<br /><br />1.The problem might be with your Office installation. You can verify this by trying to upload another presentation to the Live Meeting Console. If it doesn't get uploaded, then repair the Office installation.<br />2.And, if you are able to successfully upload another presentation file to the Live Meeting Console, this shows that your earlier presentation is corrupt. Now, in order to fix it immediately, you would have to download and use a third-party <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com">ppt repair</a> software.<br /><br /></div>


How to eliminate 'PowerPoint can't read path/filename' error when opening presentation in 2000
<div style="text-align: justify;">Presentations created in Microsoft PowerPoint are a great way to communicate ideas to business clients, colleagues, employees or students. It is one of the powerful applications of the Microsoft Office package and provides a range of features to let a user develop outstanding presentations. Thus, it is regarded as an effective interaction tool. However, presentations created with PowerPoint are not immune to corruption, just like other Office files. They can become corrupt in instances like unexpected system shutdown, virus attacks, application malfunction etc. If corruption occurs, you have to depend on a backup copy of the presentation file to restore the lost information. However, if you do not have an updated copy available, you should grab a powerful <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com/powerpoint-recovery.php">PowerPoint recovery</a> application. Such tools are easily available on the Internet.<br /><br />Consider a real-world scenario, wherein, you have a presentation created in PowerPoint 2007 version. You open the file from a computer which has PowerPoint 2000 installed on it. The attempt fails as you cannot open the file in an expected manner. In fact, you receive the following error message:<br /><br />"PowerPoint can't open the type of file represented by path/filename."<br /><br />Or<br /><br />"PowerPoint can't read path/filename."<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Cause</span><br />The above error messages might occur when you make an attempt to open a password-protected PowerPoint 2007 file in an earlier version of PowerPoint (2000) or in the PowerPoint viewer. Earlier versions of PowerPoint do not have the capability to open any password-protected presentation file.<br /><br />If you are sure that the presentation in question was not created or edited in PowerPoint 2007 or 2003, then there is a high possibility that your presentation is damaged or corrupt. In this situation, you have to go for appropriate PPT recovery methods detailed in the Resolution section of this article.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Resolution</span><br />You can observe the following workarounds to eliminate the issues:<br /><br />•For PowerPoint 2007<br />1.Open the presentation, type the password and click OK<br />2.Click the Microsoft Office Button, go to Prepare, and click Encrypt Document<br />3.In the Encrypt Document dialog box, delete all the text in the Password box, and click OK<br />•For corrupt presentations, you should immediately get hold of a professional <a href="http://www.powerpoint-recovery.com/">ppt repair</a> software.<br /><br /></div>



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