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Can anyone help me open this PowerPoint 2010 file (pptx)


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zubinlandau

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I need to open this pptx-file. Can anyone help me with that?

 

Made in Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and cannot been seen or open with any applications...

 

If it can't be open, how can I fix the file.


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nordvark

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If you don't have powerpoint or office you can view the file with this free viewer.......

 

https://www.microsof...ails.aspx?id=13


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haydenshaw

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First you may read next sources

 

http://www.fixya.com...d_repair_please

http://www.idganswer...ome-of-the-text

 

Second try more powerful solution in case sources and guide below can't aid you

 

https://onlinefilere...air-online.html

 

To resolve the issue of opening an individual file, please follow these steps:

 

1)     Locate the file on your computer

2)     Right click the file and see the dropdown box which appears

3)     Look to the bottom of the dropdown box and select “Properties”

4)     In the “Properties” Window, you will see several tabs, the first of which should be “General”.  Select this tab if it is not already selected.

5)    At the bottom of this window you will see “Attributes” and “Security”.  Next to the word “Security” is a description stating “This file came from another computer and might be blocked to help protect this computer.”  and a box labeled “Unblock”.

6)     Click “Unblock” , then OK.

7)     Re-open the file by double clicking it, or opening it from PowerPoint’s “File” menu.

Note:  Once you’ve Unblocked a file, the “Security” label under the General tab will disappear.  This is normal and to be expected.


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smith657michael

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Last month, I upgraded my MS Office application 2010 to 2013 in order to take advantage of latest features. But I encountered with the corruption of PPT file and was unable to open that file. In such drastic condition, I goggled a lot and found software which is capable in fixing the damaged file. To avail this software for free visit this link:  http://www.microsoft...ointrepair.com/


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Albert Warne

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Hey can we get a copy of that file to help you......?


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