PowerPoint 2013 document

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  1. salmonster

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    Create a presentation, but after closing the file again, he was not open - when you open, a PowerPoint file gives a critical error:

    "PowerPoint cannot read **. Pptx"

    I cannot understand, is it a bug in PowerPoint?
     
  2. newbee

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    I guess your file got corrupted or damaged. This happens because of some virus attack to your ppt slides, which makes the content inaccessible. Did you save the PPT file, if yes did you use some shortcut keys to save it? IF yes, then this also may be a reason to the loss of data.

    To recover from this issue, try downloading the PowerPoint repair tool. This tool helps you to repair ppt files that are corrupted or damaged. So try using inbuilt repair utility like “Open and repair” and “Trust Center” provided by the Microsoft Office tool.
     
  3. Rob Schneider

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    The file may be corrupted , try sending it to someone else and see if it opens on there office.
     
  4. badgericho

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    I would prefer guide below or another methods are proposed from different sources over Internet, but in case the guide from MS Corporation can't handle the problem


    https://www.openfiletool.com/pptxopen.html PPTX Open File Tool

    https://www.articulate.com/support/presenter-09/heres-how-to-fix-a-corrupt-powerpoint-file

    http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/172/t/268740.aspx


    There are a number of things you can try to recover it:


    1. Use Slides from Files on the Insert menu.

    2. Locate a TMP file.

    3. Open the presentation in Microsoft Office Word.

    4. Move the file to a different place.

    5. Open the file in a different way.

    6. Use Safe Mode.

    7. Use Damaged Presentations Troubleshooters.
     

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