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In your Windows Explorer Go to
Tools-->Folder Option-->View--> uncheck "Hide Extension fro known File Types"

Now get back to your file.
You'll notice a .dat at the end of the file name. just rename it as .ppt
ex--> filename.dat filename.ppt

Hope It Solved Your Problem
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The Extend.dat file is an information file created by outlook to store some small, usually useless information. It is located in a folder that's usually buried and hidden on most Windows PC's. Try this.
  1. Close Outlook, and all other office related products.
  2. Open your control panel.
  3. Find the entry called mail. You may have to select the classic view on the left to be able to see this icon.
  4. You should now see something like this image:
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  5. Click on data files. You should see something like this:
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  6. Now click on open Folder. This will take you to that secret and hidden place on your hard drive that contains you out data files. You should see a files called extend.dat in there. If you do, delete it and reopen outlook. If you don't, then you may have to destroy your outlook profile and recreate it.
Comment back here on if this fixedya, or if I need to help you recreate the profile. If I'm going to help you recreate the profile, you'll need to at a minimum know who your hosting your email through.

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