Repair Corrupt PowerPoint 2013 File

PowerPoint 2013 File Repair Tool

MS PowerPoint is used to design presentation slides to be displayed on a projector in order to make the presentation more attractive and appealing. You can add pictures, audios, videos, text, charts, etc. in PPT slide to create an interactive presentation. It stores the file with .ppt file extension. Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 is the latest version of PowerPoint application, which has more stability and performance improvements. It is having so many features like slide zoom, more built-in codec’s, slide navigator, auto-extend feature, theme variants, improved video and audio support, etc.

But many times PowerPoint may encounter errors such as PowerPoint 2013 cannot open PPT file, .ppt file cannot be opened, part of the file go missing, etc. All these problems come due to corrupt PPT. As everyone knows, it will take lot of time and hard work to design a presentation slide. A PowerPoint file may be large as it contains several slides with various file-objects. Due to this large size and complex structure, the PowerPoint file may get easily corrupted. But you don’t have to worry in these situations, as Remo Repair help you to fix corrupted PPT 2013 efficiently.

Common scenarios why PowerPoint 2013 file becomes inaccessible:

  • Inaccurate closing: Sudden turning off the computer without closing PowerPoint 2013 might corrupt the opened PPT file and will not be accessible when you try opening it. To avoid this always use “Exit” option to close PowerPoint file.
  • Header Corruption: Header stores information like size of the file, modified date, creation date and so on which is used as reference to access the file. Any reasons like dreadful virus infection, presence of bad sectors, abruptly closing the app due to which header of 2013 PowerPoint file may get corrupted that leads to inaccessibility.
  • Improper compression technique: To reduce the size of the larger PowerPoint file you may compress it. If you follow some unreliable third party compression tools that may corrupt PPT files and made it inaccessible.

If you lose your vital data stored in PowerPoint 2013 due to above listed issues or any unusual scenarios then need not worry just make use of Remo Repair wizard that is very convenient to fix PPT 2013 files damaged due to any critical reasons.

Key features of Remo Repair application:

  • Repairs severely corrupted PPT, PPTX and PPS file formats and easily retrieve all your inaccessible PowerPoint data in no time.
  • Advanced scanning mechanisms of the software effortlessly repair broken PowerPoint 2013 files in a quick and accurate way.
  • Ability to fix damaged PowerPoint 2013 files and also get back all its attributes like text, formatting, clip arts, sound effects, images, OLE objects, fields including hyperlinks present in corrupted .ppt files without any efforts.
  • It is safe and compatible for fixing presentation files on different versions of MS PowerPoint application like 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, and so on.
  • This program is write protect as it supports read only mode that ensures no data will be lost during the recovery process.
  • This app can be installed in all devices running Windows OS such as Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 2003, etc and repaired .ppt files can be stored in any user desired location.

 
 

Steps to repair PowerPoint 2013 file using Remo Repair software:


1. Download, install and run Remo Repair tool on your system. Browse the corrupt .ppt file and click on "Repair" option.

Repair PowerPoint 2013 File - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

2. Wait for Remo Repair application to fix the corrupted presentation file.

PowerPoint 2013 File Repair - Repair Progress

Figure B: Repair Process

3. Once the repair process gets over, preview the recovered PPT files using "Preview File" option.

Repair Corrupt PowerPoint 2013 File - Preview Window

Figure C: Preview PPT File

4. Click "Save Recovery Session" button to save the repaired PowerPoint files on any drive.

Repair PPT File 2013 - Save Screen

Figure D: Save PPT File