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PowerPoint is not a free program, it is part of the Microsoft Office program.
For an alternative free program, OPEN OFFICE is a full-featured office suite that's compatible with Microsoft Office.
If you want Open Office you can download this free program. Click on this link to download :-
http://www.openoffice.org/
You can download a 60 day free trial of MS Office. Click on this link to download :- http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/try/

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Hi nati662002,

pps files are Microsoft PowerPoint slideshows.
Because Powerpoint is part of the Microsoft Office package, you would think that you would have to purchase Microsoft Office to view .pps files. This is not so. You can download the free PowerPoint viewer from here:

http://www.download.com/PowerPoint-Viewer-2007/3000-18483_4-10742145.html

Install that and reboot.
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Good Luck and Season's Greetings to you!

Chris (ziraffa)

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