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You need the PowerPoint application (part of Microsoft Office) on a computer with a printer.
If you do not have Microsoft Office, you may download the free Libre Office here: http://www.libreoffice.org/ that will allow printing both ppt and pptx files. One warning though: the presentation may look a little different when using Libre Office Impress (= the presentation program like PowerPoint).
Just change the system date and time in BIOS and then reinstall the office and you will be able to run it. This way you can run your office for ages by just bringing your date and time to previous instance.
Or just restore your system to the date you installed office on your system.
Office and Vista are two different from each other. Office is a Multitask Suite that has Word, Excel, PowerPoint, among other program.
Vista is the Operating System. Is where your desktop is at. Vista is what you see when you turn on the system after it goes thru self test. That's probably the reason you can not find online. Office Vista doesn't exist, but Office and Vista does.