It is quite common to encounter error messages sometimes, when you try to open PowerPoint files. If you do not fix the issue and leave it as it is, then PowerPoint crashes and stops functioning. The sub files linked with the Presentation like macros, images, and so on may also get corrupted. This is the reason for your PPT file refusing to open because it is broken / corrupt. To repair such damaged or corrupt PPT files a powerful mechanism is required. Remo's PowerPoint Repair tool is one such mechanism which is designed to fix numerous PowerPoint file problems. Before going to the details of the software, take a look at the causes of PPT file corruption.
Here are some of the reasons that result in broken or corrupt PowerPoint file:
If your PPT files are corrupted and its information is inaccessible, you need not run around searching for help to repair them. PowerPoint Repair tool from Remo is just what you need to fix the issue!
Fix broken PPT files using Remo Repair PowerPoint:
Remo PPT Repair is a safe utility to fix broken or damaged Presentation files because it is a non-destructive read- only software which makes sure your original PPT, PPTX, PPS files are intact. Additionally, it stores the retrieved files in a new PPT file preventing further damage to the original corrupted file. The tool fixes and recovers OLE objects, text, images, animations, etc, from the broken PowerPoint files. The repaired PowerPoint files are restored with the actual footers and headers.
This application comes with a self- descriptive user-friendly interface which guides the user during the entire repair process. Broken PPT files created on any version of PowerPoint like 2007, 2010, 2013, etc, can be repaired with utmost ease. It supports almost all Windows OS such as Windows Vista, 7, 8 and so on.
4 step repair process to fix your broken PowerPoint file!
Step 1: Download and install Remo Repair PowerPoint software on your system
Step 2: Browse and select the broken PPT, PPTX or PPS file and click Repair
Step 3: Preview the repaired file
Step 4: Select the path to save the file and hit Save
Remember these tips to prevent PPT files from corruption / damage:
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