Fix Damaged PPT 2010 File

Perfect Way of Repairing corrupt PowerPoint File

Sometimes, you may experience unexpected behavior while working with your Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 presentation. Your PPT objects might not appear where they were positioned on the slide or the animations might not work as expected. In the worst cases if the PPT 2010 file is severely corrupt you would not even be able to open the file instead you might encounter error messages like “This is not a PowerPoint Presentation”, “PowerPoint cannot open the type of file represented by file_name.ppt” etc. All such behaviors indicate that your presentation is damaged.

Have you ever experience such situations and have corrupt PPT file then your worries end here. This article provides you step-by-step methods to repair corrupt PowerPoint 2010 file smoothly with all your data intact.

Reasons for PowerPoint file corruption

  • PPT file header is the one that contains all the information related your PPT file, it gets corrupt then your entire PowerPoint file will be corrupt
  • Severe virus infection would even make your PPT file inaccessible
  • Improper download or interruptions while downloading the PPT file will also cause damage
  • Abrupt system shut down while the PPT 2010 file is open
  • PowerPoint or Windows OS crash while working with your PPT file
  • Frequently changing the file extension or version of PPT file will lead to damage

Methods to fix the PPT

Move your PowerPoint file to different Place: This is the first and very helpful method to fix PowerPoint problem. Copy your presentation and paste it on the other computer and try to open it from there. Many a times, this will fix the problem.

Use Safe Mode: If the above method doesn’t fix the PPT then try opening PowerPoint in Safe Mode and see if that enables you to open the file.

  • Click Start, go to Run
  • In the Command prompt type: powerpnt.exe /safe
  • Now open the corrupted PowerPoint file

Use Remo Repair PowerPoint Software: In case the above two methods failed to fix the corrupt PPT file, then use the Remo Repair PowerPoint tool, that can efficiently repair your corrupt PPT file in just few minutes. Whatsoever might be the reason behind the corruption or no matter how severe the damage is; the utility effortlessly repairs the PPT 2010 file precisely and smoothly.

More features of Remo Repair PowerPoint Software

Remo Repair PowerPoint is a brilliant utility that could repair your PPT file without losing any of your data. Moreover, it is a read-only tool i.e. it just reads and extracts the data from the original file, locates the errors, fixes them and saves it in a new healthy PPT file. Thus your source file will not be edited or harmed in any way. Read below for more features:

  • Capable of recovering all the objects that were embedded in the corrupt PPT file like clip art, settings, animations and sound effects, hyperlinks, tables and other OLE objects exactly
  • In addition to .ppt files, it can easily fix damaged PPTX files and PPS files
  • Has the ability to fix the PPT file of 2010, 2003, 2007, 2000 and other available PowerPoint versions
  • Highly interactive and wizard-like interface ensures smooth and comfortable repair
  • Allows you to preview the repaired PPT file even with the free trial version

Hence, with all these features Remo Repair PowerPoint tool is the perfect and unbeatable utility in repairing the corrupt PPT file on any Windows OS like Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and other versions including the latest Windows 8. If not sure then just try the trial version and preview the slides then if satisfied purchase the tool!!

Procedure to Repair your Damaged PPT 2010 file

  • Download and install Remo Repair PowerPoint on your Windows systems
  • Once you launch the tool in the main screen browse and locate the PPT, PPTX or PPS file that is to be repaired (View Image 1)
  • Press the "Repair" button to begin repair process (Image 2)
  • The software will start repairing the PPT, PPTX or PPS file refer Image 3
  • After completion, preview the repaired file by hitting the “Preview” option as in Image 4
  • Browse the destination location to save the repaired PPT, PPTX or PPS file and save it by using the “Save” button (refer Image 5)

Precautionary measures:

  • Keep updating your Antivirus software regularly
  • Make sure all files are closed and no files are being transferred before shutting down or removing the external device from the system
  • Save the repaired PPT file on a healthy drive or location