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Power Point 2010
« on: 15. November 2015., 16:59:59 »
When I try to open Power Point 2010  .ppt file I get Error message: There was an error accessing the file. What to do? Help me please to stop it.


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Re: Power Point 2010
« Reply #1 on: 16. November 2015., 01:58:55 »
Well, That doesn't give us much info.
You can try to get the file through other media


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Well, That doesn't give us much info.


Yup, We need more information if you want to get quick help... do you get any error code?

Which file you want to open? Maybe it's corrupted... also, did you try to open that file on some other PC ??


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Re: Power Point 2010
« Reply #3 on: 18. November 2015., 13:55:36 »
This error message may appear in PowerPoint 2010 after other error messages and generally appears when you try to open a PowerPoint file you've downloaded from the internet or in some cases, a network directory.
•   Right-click the problem file in Windows Explorer.
•   Click Properties on the pop-up menu.
•   On the General tab of the Properties dialog box, click "Unblock"
•   Click OK.
Note: "Unblock" is at the bottom of the Properties dialog box. If the file isn't blocked, the Unblock button won't be there, so this won't be the solution to the problem.
Fix PowerPoint
If you follow these steps, you won't see this message when opening .ppt file. You won't get the protection that this feature offers (though it's debateable whether it offers enough protection to outweigh the aggravation, especially if you have your antivirus and malware protection software up to date.
•   Start PowerPoint
•   Choose File then Options
•   Click "Trust Center" on the left, then click "Trust Center Settings" on the right
•   In the Trust Center dialog that opens, click "Protected View" on the left then REMOVE the checkmark next to "Enable protected view for files originating from the internet"
•   OK your way back out of all open dialog boxes.
•   Try opening the file again.
Also I can suggest this program Recovery Toolbox for PowerPoint

Good luck!


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Re: Power Point 2010
« Reply #4 on: 28. April 2017., 18:20:42 »
 do you get any error code?

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