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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Recover PowerPoint Effectively Even If It Is Corrupt

Error messages in Microsoft PowerPoint application are received due to a number of reasons. Many times, the settings of the registry policy forms the core reason for some errors. If you have not set the registry policy settings correctly or if, PowerPoint files are corrupt, then they become the reason for the occurrence of some of the error messages. But when PowerPoint files get corrupt, they lead to data loss. To get rid of such situations, an updated backup proves quite beneficial. Otherwise, use a third-party PowerPoint Recovery tool to effectively recover PowerPoint files.

To illustrate the above issue, let's study an error message that is encountered when you attempt to open a PowerPoint presentation, but fail to do so. You receive an error message on your screen:

"You are attempting to open a file type that is blocked by your registry policy setting."

Another error message that you receive on the screen is:

"You are attempting to save a file that is blocked by your registry policy setting"

After getting the above error message, you cannot save a file in PowerPoint 2007 or in 2003.

Cause:
Causes that are responsible for the occurrence of the above error message are:
The first reason is that your administrator has restricted the types of presentations that can be opened by you in Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007 or 2003. Registry key can be set by an administrator to restrict this functionality.

Last but not the least corruption of PowerPoint presentation.

Resolution:
To solve above error message and to recover PowerPoint, you have to follow the below mentioned steps:

Method 1: Make use of a trusted location or create an exempt location:

In MS-PowerPoint 2007, if you trust a file that you are trying to open, you can move the file to trusted location so that settings of registry policy can be overridden.

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