Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair Recovers Corrupt PowerPoint Files

Anyone who has used PowerPoint will know how much time and effort is required to create a presentation with the right mix of slides, images, text, etc. A professionally made presentation is likely to be a result of several hours of work and losing it is not an option, especially just before the presentation is about to start. However, sometimes PowerPoint presentation files can get damaged due to various factors including a virus infection, hard drive failure and the like. In fact, it should not be very surprising if a PowerPoint file is damaged when your system suddenly shuts down when you are working on the file. In such a case it can be nearly impossible to redo the entire presentation and one can only hope to recover the damaged file somehow.

If you have suffered from any of the aforementioned issues and need to quickly recover your PowerPoint presentation file, then Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery might just be what you are looking for. As the name suggests, it is a software for recovering corrupt PowerPoint presentation files from PPT, PPTX and PPTM formats.

Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair

One of the biggest advantages of using this software is that it not only supports repair for  common PowerPoint presentations but also supports recovery for the macro-enabled PPTM files. To get started, launch Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery and select a file or folder to recover files from. The Select File option is meant for selecting individual files, whereas you can repair PowerPoint files in bulk from a specific folder using the Select Folder option. You can even enable Search sub-folders option to repair files from sub-folders.

Repairing file

When a file is being repaired, a bar displays the progress of the recovery process. You can also see basic information regarding the recovery process from a log that is displayed on the bottom pane.

Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery

Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Recovery costs $49. It  is compatible with most version sof PowerPoint including; MS PowerPoint 2010, 2007, 2003 and even older versions such as  PowerPoint 2002 and 2000 . This software works with the following operating systems:

  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7

Go to Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair Website

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4 comments on “Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair Recovers Corrupt PowerPoint Files

  1. Are you looking for a Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair tool to fix and recover PowerPoint? If yes, then go ahead with Remo Repair PowerPoint tool for quick results.

    1. Thanks for sharing. Have you used Remo Repair PowerPoint tool with success? Can please share more info about your experience repairing a PowerPoint presentation file? Was it a PPT presentation or a PowerPoint template? For which version of Microsoft PowerPoint?

  2. Try to find the temporary file when you creating it
    When you edit a presentation, PowerPoint creates a temporary copy of the file. This temporary file is named PPT####.tmp.

    Note #### represents a random four-digit number.

    This temporary file may reside in the same folder as the presentation. Alternatively, it may reside in the temporary file folder.
    Step 1: Look for temporary file in the documents folder
    Windows Vista
    Click Start, and then click Documents.
    Look for a file that is named PPT####.tmp.
    Windows XP
    Click Start, and then click Run.
    In the Open box, type %userprofile%\My Documents.
    Click OK.
    Look for a file that is named PPT####.tmp.
    If you do not find the file, you must search for it. To do this, go to step 2.

    If you do find the file, go to step 3.
    Step 2: Search for the temporary file
    Windows Vista
    Click Start, and then type PPT*.tmp in the Start Search box.
    Press ENTER.
    Microsoft Windows XP
    Click Start, and then click Search.
    In the Named box or in the Search for files or folders named box, type PPT*.tmp.
    In the Look in box, click My Computer, and then click Find Now or Search Now.
    Step 3: Rename the file, and then try to open the file in PowerPoint
    Right-click the file, and then click Rename.
    Change the old file name extension from .tmp to .pptx so that the file name resembles the following file name:
    Start PowerPoint.
    In PowerPoint 2007 click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click Open. In PowerPoint 2010 click the File menu, and then click Open.
    Browse to the folder that contains the renamed file.
    Try to open the file in PowerPoint.
    Note More than one file may correspond to the temporary file that was created the last time that you saved the presentation. In this case, you may have to open each file to see whether one is the temporary copy of the presentation.

    If this way didn’t work, try to find the answer here:

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