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I created a powerpoint presentation yesterday and it worked fine. I saved it to memory stick and Today it wont open. It says "no text converter installed for this file". All the others are opening though.

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There are always many accidents when you change the store or playing devices. The best solution is convert ppt to some format which can be kept and played anytime, such as convert ppt to video including all the original animations and multimedias. Please follow the steps on http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/powerpoint-knowledge/

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PPTX? office 2007 format.

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  1. Open PowerPoint 2007.
  2. Click the Microsoft Office Button and click Open.
  3. In the File name: box, enter the text in bold to display a list of the automatically saved files (if any).You can also copy and paste this text into the File name: box.

    PowerPoint 2007: %temp%\ppt*.tmp
  4. Click the Open button.
  5. Click the name of the file that you want to recover, and then click Open.

    Note : The automatically saved files may not be named in a descriptive way. Continue to open files until you find the one you are looking for.
  6. After you find the file, click Save. Then save the file to your My Documents or other location.

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Hello. There are different methods available to recover corrupted PowerPoint files.
Open presentation in MS Word document
and follow this steps:
- Open MS Word.
- Click on Open button of File menu.
- Select Files of type box and navigate to your corrupt file, Open it.
Also you can try Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint https://powerpoint.recoverytoolbox.com/
More information see here: http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/powerpoint/677-how-to-recover-powerpoint-file

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How you present the material in a speech can say as much to your audience about your expertise on a subject as the actual content of the speech itself. Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful multimedia presentation tool capable of producing captivating and informative slideshow presentations. Microsoft PowerPoint is a program that is part of the Microsoft Office suite and has been emulated in open-source programs such as OpenOffice.

Open Microsoft PowerPoint. In Windows computers, PowerPoint can be accessed by clicking "Start," then "All Programs," then the "Microsoft Office" folder. Mac computers will install a link to PowerPoint on the taskbar. Click "Design" and choose one of the templates that open in the design tab. Additional designs can be downloaded from Microsoft.com. Click the area of the slide that says "Click to add title" and type your desired title. This slide is referred to as the title slide. Create a new slide by right-clicking on the title slide and choose the "New Slide" option. Windows users can use the keyboard shortcut by holding "Ctrl+M" with PowerPoint opened. Click the area of the slide that says "Click to Add Title" to add a title or "Click to Add Text" to add text to the slide. Type the information that you would like to display on your presentation in the text box. The text box gives you the option to add text, pictures and tables and even create graphs by clicking on one of the respective icons at the center of the text box. Click on a slide that you would like to add a special transition to and click the "Transitions" tab. Select a transition by clicking on it. Click on a text box that you would like to animate and click the "Animations" tab. Select an animation by clicking on it. Click "File" and "Save" to save the PowerPoint presentation. Open the saved presentation, pressing the "F5" button to open the presentation in full-screen mode.

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The PowerPoint software program allows you to create slide presentations that can be viewed on any computer.


While some graphic artists specialize in developing compelling presentations, anyone can develop a PowerPoint slide presentation that is attractive and readable.

Follow these steps to develop your own slide show.


Open your PowerPoint program. When the dialog box opens, click on the "Blank Presentation" option.


Choose an "AutoLayout" format.

Begin with the title slide layout, which is the first one on the left. Click "OK," and you will have a title slide to work with.


Add text to your slide by clicking in the title text box and typing a title.

Do the same thing in the subtitle box.


Create another slide by clicking the "New Slide" button on the Common Tasks toolbar.

When the AutoLayout dialog box appears, choose a layout for this slide.


Keep adding new slides until your presentation is complete.

Move from slide to slide by clicking the button on the lower-right corner of the PowerPoint window.


Clicking the button with the upward-pointing arrows will take you to the previous slide, and clicking the button with the downward-pointing arrows will take you to the next slide.


Save your presentation. Click the "File" menu and then click "Save As."


A dialog box will appear, and you'll be able to type in a name for your presentation.

The presentation will be saved to your hard drive.


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  • If Office PowerPoint 2007 is already running, save and close any open presentations, and then exit and restart PowerPoint 2007.

Find links to information about saving presentations in the See Also section.

  • If Office PowerPoint 2007 isn't already running, start it now.
In the Slide pane, you can work directly on individual slides. za001093949.gif Dotted borders identify placeholders, where you can type text or insert pictures, charts, and other objects. za001093950.gif The Slides tab shows a thumbnail version of each full size slide shown in the Slide pane. After you add other slides, you can click a thumbnail on the Slides tab to make the slide appear in the Slide pane. Or you can drag thumbnails to rearrange the slides in your presentation. You can also add or delete slides on the Slides tab. za001093951.gif In the Notes pane, you can type notes about the current slide. You can hand out your notes to your audience or refer to your notes in Presenter view when you give your presentation. Note By default, Office PowerPoint 2007 applies the Blank Presentation template, which appears in the preceding illustration, to new presentations. Blank Presentation is the simplest and most generic of the templates in Office PowerPoint 2007. Blank Presentation is a good template to use when you first start working with PowerPoint because it is straightforward and can be adapted to many presentation types. To create a new presentation that is based on the Blank Presentation template, click the Microsoft Office Button za010077102.gif, click New, click Blank and recent under Templates, and then double-click Blank Presentation under Blank and recent.
After you open the Blank Presentation template, only a small portion of the Notes pane is visible. To see a larger portion of the Notes pane so that you have more room to type in it, do the following:
  1. Point to the top border of the Notes pane.
  2. When the pointer becomes a za010205206.gif, drag the border up to make a little more room for your speaker notes, as shown in the following illustration.

Name and save your presentation As with any software program, it is a good idea to name and save your presentation right away and then to save your changes frequently while you work:
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button za010077102.gif, point to Save As, and then do one of the following:
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    • For a presentation that can be opened in either Office PowerPoint 2007 or earlier versions of PowerPoint, click PowerPoint 97-2003 Presentation.

If you choose this option, you cannot use any of the features that are new in Office PowerPoint 2007.

  1. In the Save As dialog box, in the Save in list, select the folder or other location where you want to save your presentation.
  2. In the File name box, type a name for your presentation, or do nothing to accept the default file name, and then click Save.

Add, rearrange, and delete slides The single slide that is provided automatically in your presentation has two placeholders, one formatted for a title and the other formatted for a subtitle. The arrangement of placeholders on a slide is called a layout. Office PowerPoint 2007 also provides other types of placeholders, such as those for pictures and SmartArt graphics.
When you add a slide to your presentation, you can do the following to choose a layout for the new slide at the same time:
  1. On the Slides tab, click just below the single slide that already appears there.
  2. On the Home tab, in the Slides group, click the arrow next to New Slide.

za001093948.gif The name identifies the content that each layout is designed for. za001093949.gif Placeholders that display colored icons can contain text, but you can also click the icons to automatically insert objects, including SmartArt graphics and clip art.
  1. Click the layout that you want for your new slide.

The new slide now appears both on the Slides tab, where it is highlighted as the current slide, and in the Slide pane. Repeat this procedure for each new slide that you want to add.

Tip If you want your new slide to have the same layout that the preceding slide has, you can just click New Slide instead of clicking the arrow next to it.

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