How to Recover a Deleted, and Lost PowerPoint File?

Updated on December 02, 2019

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Recover Microsoft PowerPoint File

“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:-

  • Most common scenario is accidental deletion of PowerPoint file from your system
  • Sometimes presence of harmful viruses in system may lead to deletion of valuable presentation files
  • While transferring PowerPoint file to an external hard drive if your system gets hanged it may lead to loss of PowerPoint file

PowerPoint Files lost due to above mentioned scenarios can be recovered using suitable PowerPoint file recovery tools. Nowadays Remo File Recovery Software for Windows 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:-

  • Retrieves PowerPoint files created on all versions of Microsoft PowerPoint including PowerPoint 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, and earlier versions
  • Password protected Presentations can be recovered effortlessly
  • Restores all Microsoft PowerPoint file types like PPT and PPTX
  • Restores presentation files header and footer information as it was
  • Embedded images, slide animations, tables, clip arts and other elements will be retained in recovered PPT files
  • Encrypted PowerPoint files can be restored
  • This tool is featured with read-only permission


  • Maintain regular backup of your PowerPoint files to rescue them from accidental deletion
  • Install good antivirus software on your PC, to avoid deletion of PowerPoint files from harmful viruses
  • Have a proper power backup to your system, because if there is sudden power surge while transferring PPT files from computer to any external devices, you may lose PowerPoint files
  • Before emptying Recycle Bin ensure that you don’t have any PPT files required for your future use

How to Recover PowerPoint Files with Remo Recover?

Step 1: Install and run Remo File Recovery software on your Windows computer. Once the main screen opens, click on Recover Files and then select a drive from where you’d like to recover PowerPoint files. Then click Scan

PowerPoint File Recovery - Main Screen

Figure A: Main Screen

Step 2: The software uses unique search algorithms to search for deleted and lost files. Once complete, it will list the found files in 2 views; namely File Type View and Data View

PowerPoint File Recovery - View Recovered Files

Figure B: View Recovered Files

Step 3: Have a free preview of the recovered files using the Preview feature

PowerPoint File Recovery - Preview Recovered Files

Figure C: Preview Recovered Files

Step 4:Finally, click on Save to save recovered files to a desired location.

PowerPoint File Recovery - Save Recovered Files

Figure D: Save Recovered Files