Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 Errors
The different types of errors that can occur while using Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 on Windows Vista®-based system and tips to avoid such errors
Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 is an application that has been introduced by Microsoft® and has basically been designed for creating dynamic presentations. PowerPoint® 2010 supports lots of features that help to make attractive presentations. It also gives high-level security to protect your data from unauthorized access. Protected view feature offers enhanced security by introducing a sandbox environment. After the configuration of configure protected view settings, when a file is opened in a PowerPoint® 2010, user can view as it was developed, but cannot edit, save or print the presentation or its content. However, copying content from one document to another is possible. Another element prevents people to view details like digital signature used in presentations.
Mentioned below are few points that include information on errors that occur while using Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 on Windows Vista®-based system and tips to avoid such errors:
- Presentations do not open on Windows Vista®-based system
- Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 connects to the Internet unexpectedly
- Turning off user account control on Windows Vista®
Presentations do not open on Windows Vista®-based system
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 is a highly useful application for creating slideshows and presentations. On the other hand, Windows Vista® is an operating system that comes with innumerable features and options. However, sometimes PowerPoint® 2010 presentations do not open on Windows Vista®-based system. In order to get rid of this problem, it is recommended to re-install PowerPoint® 2010 and configure its settings properly.
Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010 connects to the Internet unexpectedly
While working on Windows Vista®-based system with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010, you might face few problems. Sometimes, while viewing a presentation, PowerPoint® 2010 connects to the Internet when you click a link that should take you to a different slide within the same presentation. This is the most common problem that occurs while working on PowerPoint® 2010 on Windows Vista®-based system. In order to get rid of this problem, delete all texts that are in the hyperlink base.
The user account control is a new feature that has been introduced in Windows Vista®. However, while working with Microsoft® PowerPoint® 2010, this feature can cause a problem. So, it is recommended to turn off this feature when working on PowerPoint® 2010. It also causes problems when you re-register PowerPoint® or download some other software tool.