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    Anuj Awasthi Jul 27, 2016

    thanx alex

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You can just change the file extension name of your pps file to PPT, it will be editable.

If it still cannot work, change the file extension name to PPTX.

Good luck.

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SOURCE: Problems viewing pps files.

Right click on a pps file you have, choose Properties and check Opens With to see that Power Point Viewer is the default program to open it with.If it's not PPT Viewer use the change button to change the default.

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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.
Then open the email again and it will automatically open with Powerpoint Viewer. Or it will ask you what program you want to open it with, and you click the PowerPoint Viewer .exe icon, and tick the 'Always open with this Program?' box.

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You have to change your default association to your diaporama progarm.

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In the properties window you can find Change button.
Click on this button and change the default program from PowerPoint to another on which you needed.

Then Apply and make OK.

After that pps will be open by your new program.

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Iqbal

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