Recovering Corrupted Files in Microsoft® Powerpoint® 2003
Get to know more about recovering corrupted files in Microsoft Powerpoint 2003
Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 is coming with various powerful features that help to prepare excellent slides shows, presentations, etc. But the Microsoft PowerPoint is faced with some errors or corruptions. The main reason for this problem is the presence of security threats. There are numerous security threats like viruses, spyware, adware, Trojans, cookies and other malware. They might enter to the computer through online. As they creep in to the computer, they could attack all the file systems in the computer and speed from one file location to another location. In the way, Microsoft PowerPoint files also get affected. The corruptions in the file might also occur as you try to insert the image or pictures that are bigger or no suites the PowerPoint file size.
There are some ways to recover the corrupted files from Microsoft PowerPoint 2003. They are:
- Use Slides from Files on the Insert menu
- Open the presentation in Word
- Use Safe Mode
Use Slides from Files on the Insert menu
Sometimes the user could recover some or all of a damaged presentation by selecting Slides from Files option in the Insert menu. Then you could follow the coming steps. First of all you have to open a new blank presentation. Then from the Insert menu, click on ‘Slides from Files’. After that, from the ‘Slide Finder’ dialogue box, browse to the tainted file. Lastly you need to hit ‘Insert All’
Open the presentation in Word
The user could recover the corrupted Microsoft PowerPoint file using this step also. For this you need to Open Word. From the file menu, you need to hit Open. From the Open dialogue box, click on the arrow next to the Files of Type box placed at the bottom. Then click on the Recover Text from Any File. Then you need to navigate to the corrupt file, pick it, and then hit open. For this you have to reset your Files of Types option located in the Open dialog box back to All Word Documents after you complete. It you could recover your text in Word, you could move the text back into the Microsoft PowerPoint by clicking the File, then hit Send To, and then selecting Microsoft Office Microsoft PowerPoint.
Firstly you have to open Windows in Safe Mode. After that click on Start. You could hit either Turn off Computer or Shut Down, and after that select Restart. As your system restarts, you need to press and hold down the proper “F” function key to reboot in Safe Mode. F8 is the key that is frequently used. After that open the Power Point, and then you need to try to open the presentation.