File Format

Learn the different file formats used in Microsoft Office and PowerPoint to work with presentations. The list of supported file formats include .pptx, .ppsx, .ppt, .pps, and more.

DocsPal: Free Online Converter & Viewer For Office, Video & Audio Files

Microsoft recently revamped its Docs.com web app, making it more robust for viewing Office documents. But you don’t need something from a giant like Microsoft to be efficient enough to have better features. In fact, it is often less known services which end up being more feature rich than big guns. DocsPal is a free …

What To Do if I Cannot Open PowerPoint Files in Email?

If you get lots of emails with PowerPoint formats like PPT or PPS attached in your Inbox, then you might have a problem opening them.  It is a usual experience that whenever a user tries to click on such attachments he or she gets an error message saying that the particular file does not have …

Adobe CreatePDF: Create And Merge Documents And Photos To PDF Format

Since long there has been a dire need for a good PDF creating tool, as conventional PDF writers like  Bullzip PDF Printer, Flip PDF, Primo PDF and the built-in PDF creation option for MS Office applications like PowerPoint and MS Word seem quite inadequate. When it comes to PDF files, Adobe Systems is the leading …

How to Open New Presentation File Formats in Earlier Versions of Microsoft PowerPoint

If you are running older versions of PowerPoint or MS Office (like PowerPoint 2003 or 2000) and you want to open a PowerPoint presentation that was created in a recent version such as PowerPoint 2007, 2010 or even the new PowerPoint 2013, then you can do that by installing a compatibility pack named Microsoft Office …

Useful Tip: How to Convert .pps To .ppt in PowerPoint

In older versions of PowerPoint you could convert PPS to PPT easily by renaming the extension. However, this trick is not yet available in recent versions of MS PowerPoint. But you can still open .pps files in PowerPoint editor and then save it as .ppt unless those files that are protected with password or encrypted. …