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Recover PowerPoint Password Using Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Password Recovery

Password protected documents are meant to add an extra layer of security, however, they can become a nuisance if you end up forgetting the password. This can not only lead to a lot of frustration but potential loss of valuable data and you can’t help but blame yourself. Relax!

Repair PowerPoint Files With Stellar Phoenix PowerPoint Repair

If you have had the misfortune of ending up with a corrupt PowerPoint file, the chances are you were never able to extract your lost data or make your file functional again. The trouble is that the process is not as easy as recovering an unsaved PowerPoint file or enabling file versioning for PowerPoint. Therefore, …

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 …

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 …

How to Recover Deleted PowerPoint Presentations

Recent Unsaved Documents

You might face a situation while you’re working hard with your presentation and suddenly the power goes out or your computer crashes. And adding spice to the sudden death of your computer, what if you didn’t save any previous copies of your PowerPoint work?  Well, that would be very annoying but no one can really predict what …

How to Recover a PowerPoint file from the Temp Folder

If we were working hard in a PowerPoint presentation but unfortunately we closed the application before saving it to the disk then the chances that you can recover the PowerPoint are minimal, but you can be confident and have faith that a temporary file is saved in the Windows TEMP folder. You can recover an …