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Powerpoint (quickpoint) not working

I tried eevry possible way, but my n73 is not able to load ppt and pptx files
althouh, word ie doc is working fine in my system
please assist

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  • vivek_sha272 Nov 27, 2008

    okie, let me try and get back to u later :)

    Thanks for the help although

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Reinstall QuickPoint from your Phone driver CD and also install the Flash Player. Then try.

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