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I have a Powerpoint pptx presentation which reports and error when I attempt to open it. The system may have been turned off in the middle of a PowerPoint session
What is good software for PowerPoint file recovery?

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Before purchasing any software I would recommend you to try the built in repair option of MS PowerPoint as it tends to repair the file first and later opens it.If you are still not able to fix the issues in your PowerPoint file, you can try out the above mentioned troubleshooting steps:

There are different methods to fix the corrupt PowerPoint file:


Method 1: Insert slides from corrupt PowerPoint file into a new one.

This is the first and very useful troubleshooting method to repair any PPT problems.


Method 2: Open the PPT in safe mode.

Simply Press and hold the CTRL key and double click on the shortcut of the application to open it in the safe mode.


Method 3: Third Party Repair tool:

If all the above mentioned methods fail to fix the corrupted presentation then third party recovery tool would be the last option for you. You can try Remo PowerPoint Repair tool as it successfully recovers deleted slides, master slides and images.


I hope you will find this useful.

Edited by emma02, 21 April 2017 - 04:56 AM.

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