Posted on Wednesday, January 06, 2010 at 9:30 PM
MS PowerPoint is a powerful application by Microsoft that allows you to express your ideas via presentations. PowerPoint Presentations comprise of individual pages called slides and allow you to add text, objects, images, and more in the slides to make it informative.
But, disasters occur and they play havoc on your presentation, on which you have spent your valuable time and efforts, and your presentation stops responding or closes abruptly when you try to paste some text in the presentation. This strikes you as weird and you are unable to understand what has happened. You try to open the file to start working again, but the file refuses to open up. This is owing to PowerPoint file corruption. You have to use a backup file to get your data back. But, if the backup fails to work, you need to Repair PowerPoint files to retrieve your data using a third-party file repair application.
Suppose, while pasting some data or text in a PowerPoint presentation, an error message appears that states:...
Posted on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 5:10 AM
MS Powerpoint is a powerful application that enables you to present information or ideas in the form of presentation via slides. But, there are times when MS Powerpoint users may encounter an unspecified error message. This error generally appears when corruption strikes the Powerpoint file. Owing to the error, the Powerpoint file does not open, which means that all your hardwork in preparing the presentation has gone in vein as you fail to access your presentation. Therefore, it is always recommended to maintain a backup file in order to salvage your data in such data loss situations. But, if you have not maintained any backup file, then you need to opt for Powerpoint Recovery.
For instance – While trying to copy a Powerpoint presentation to another location, you may come across an error message similar to the following:
“system error &h80004005 "-2147467259". Unspecified error”...
Posted on Monday, December 28, 2009 at 2:53 AM
As a regular user of MS Powerpoint, you may encounter a few error messages while working with a Powerpoint file. As an instance, an error message may occur when multiple columns are deleted from Microsoft Graphs. As a result, Powerpoint stops responding and you cannot access any of the files until the issue does not get resolved. The situation may become worse as you may also lose your data. To overcome such situations, you can restore the data from a valid copy of backup file. In the unfortunate event, if you have not maintained any backup and the Powerpoint file is corrupt, then a powerful Powerpoint Recovery application will enable you to retrieve your data completely.
For instance – The following error message may appear when you try to delete multiple columns from a Microsoft Graphs file that is embedded in Powerpoint presentation file:
“CiceroUIWndFrame: GRAPH.EXE - Application Error
The instruction at xxxxxxxx referenced memory at xxxxxxxx. The memory could not be written.”...
Posted on Monday, December 28, 2009 at 2:49 AM
Today, it's hard to imagine a presentation without a slide show. The visual enhancement provided to the attendees not only helps keep their attention, but also helps the speaker follow a well flow of thought. All this would have been impossible without Microsoft Powerpoint that enables you to create presentations.
But, you must have heard that nothing is perfect, same is the case with this application.
Even though Powerpoint is a useful software, it is very much prone to corruption. As a result, you may not be able to access or view the presentations saved in the Powerpoint file. In other words, the data saved in the Powerpoint file becomes inaccessible. In such situations, a valid data backup may provide you great support by restoring the data. But, if the backup is not available, then you need to use a good-quality Powerpoint Recovery
application to retrieve your data from the corrupted Powerpoint file...