“Last night I had prepared a presentation for an important meeting scheduled at Office in morning. Early in morning I turned on my computer to copy the presentation file to a pen drive. At that time I noticed some unwanted presentation files stored in my system and I thought of deleting those presentations. Accidentally while deleting those unnecessary presentations, I deleted my important presentation which created last night for office meeting. Again I started searching for that presentation in Recycle Bin, but I was not able to find it in Recycle Bin because I deleted using “Shift + Delete” option. Now I’m in emergency, how can I recover PowerPoint file bypassed from Recycle Bin?”
Don’t take stress, be cool you have not yet lost your PowerPoint file completely. There are PowerPoint File recovery tools to restore your lost presentation files and they retrieve your lost presentation files without making any changes.
Some common scenarios where you lose PowerPoint files:-
PowerPoint Files lost due to above mentioned scenarios can be recovered using suitable PowerPoint file recovery tools. Nowadays Remo Recover for PowerPoint is the most widely used recovery tool for rescuing lost or deleted PPT files because of its user friendly interface. This tool is safe and secure to perform restoration of PowerPoint files. This excellent software allows you to preview recovered presentation files before recovery.
Some outstanding features of Remo Recover for PowerPoint:-
How to perform PowerPoint File recovery using Remo Recover for PowerPoint?
Step 1: Install and run Remo Recover for PowerPoint software on your computer/laptop, then select “Recover Files” option from main screen
Figure A: Main Screen
Step 2:On the next screen select either “Recover Deleted Files” or “Recover Lost Files” to regain PowerPoint files.
Figure B: Select Recovery Mode
Step 3:Then in the next step, select the drive from where you have lost or deleted PowerPoint files and click “Next” button to start scanning process.
Figure C: Select Drive
Step 4:Once scanning process is done you can view list of recovered PowerPoint files in two different types of views, which are “File Type View” and “Data View”.
Figure D: Recovered File List
Step 5:Use Save Recovery Session option to avoid re-scanning of the drive.
Figure E: Save Recovery Session