Fix Issues with Microsoft® Office PowerPoint 2010
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010 is a program regarding presentations by Microsoft. It is a part of the Microsoft suite and function on Windows. This application is mostly used by business people, educators, students and trainers. A Microsoft Office PowerPointÂ presentation mainly consists of several pages or slides. This presentation can be printed, displayed live on a computer, or navigated through at the command of the presenter and can also be displayed on a large video monitor in case of a presenting for a larger audience. Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentations have the chances of getting corrupted. When Microsoft Office PowerPoint is corrupted, it generates a possibility of data inaccessibility or loss. In most cases, a corrupted presentation will not open. Then the data can be accessed only if you have a maintained the backup. You will get some error messages if the Microsoft Office PowerPoint is corrupt. The presentation may get corrupt if it is mishandled, or due to improper system shutdown, application malfunction, system crash, virus, etc. Presence of a virus in the system can adversely affect the Microsoft Office PowerPointÂ file leading to corruption. The virus would have been downloaded from the Internet and then infected your Microsoft Office PowerPointÂ file.
- Document layout difference
- Grayed out media
- Virus infection
Document layout difference
Microsoft Office 2010 comes with several fonts that are also available in Windows 7 Operating System. While installing Microsoft Office 2010 on Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008, you may not be able to obtain these fonts as they are system protected on this Operating System. Therefore, the document layouts will not be same on Windows 7 and Windows Vista. To resolve this problem, you have to perform an update that will remove system protection. You will have to uninstall Microsoft Office 2010, install the update, and then again install Microsoft Office 2010. This will make the new fonts installed on Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008. Going for this method will bring in consistency in documents across Windows 7 and Windows Vista/Windows Server 2008.
Grayed out media
This is a major issue related to the 64-bit version of Microsoft Office 2010. In order to play online videos in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2010, you will require Adobe Flash Player. Adobe does not have a Flash Player which can support 64 bit OS/Applications. To counter the issue, you have to remove the 64-bit Microsoft Office 2010 and install the 32-bit Microsoft Office 2010. If the problem persists on Microsoft Office PowerPoint 32-bit as well, then make sure that you have the latest version of Adobe Flash Player installed on the computer.
The most probable issue in the Microsoft Office PowerPoint will be file corruption. The outcome of the infection will fail if you access the file and the data stored in the file. To get your data back, you can try and use a valid and updated backup file. In case you have not maintained a backup file, then you should go for the efficient Recovery software to retrieve all the lost contents. Such tasks are effectively executed by PPT recovery applications, which make use of extremely powerful scanning algorithm to scan and repair the damaged Microsoft Office PowerPoint file. These tools are interactive in nature and do not make any changes to the original contents of the file.
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