How to Fix a Corrupt Powerpoint File

by Barbara J. Feldman on July 29, 2008

Getting a dreaded “corrupt file” error is very frustrating, but PowerPoint users have a number of
ways of recovering. For example, if the error appeared after a Windows crash during a Save
operation, you can usually find a *.tmp file that contains your uncorrupted PowerPoint. Or
sometimes, part of your presentation can be recovered in Microsoft Word. For more tips on
recovering corrupt Power Point files, read Microsoft Office Online and Echos Voice.

More tips like this one in File Formats,Microsoft and Windows



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Feldman, Barbara. "How to Fix a Corrupt Powerpoint File." Surfnetkids. Feldman Publishing. 29 Jul. 2008. Web. 23 Oct. 2014. <http://www.surfnetkids.com/tech/319/how-to-fix-a-corrupt-powerpoint-file/ >.