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Vista and powerpoint 2000 inserting picture problem

I'd try to insert a picture file and it kept closing for no reason.

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  • Justin Goldberg Dec 18, 2008

    Leoddude, how do I check the permission level of powerpoint?

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Uninstall the whole package(MS OFFICE) which includes Powerpoint from Vista

Steps to uninstall the Software :

>Goto Control Panel from Start
>Then open "Programs and Uninstall" from Control Panel Window
> Select the appropriate Program from the List and right click >> select>> Uninstall

Now reinstalll the Software

You are done ... Problem is Solved

and even Check the Permission level of Powerpoint

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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    To open PowerPoint don't directly Click on icon from Start Bar ....

    Right Click on the PowerPoint Icon and then click on
    "Run as Administrator"

    Try this !!!!

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I don't think that Powerpoint 2000 is compatible with Vista. You need to upgrade to at least 2007 to get it to work. It's happening because the photo editing software has a compatibility issue.

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