Fix damaged Microsoft PowerPoint files with the help of this approachable piece of software that can log all your recovery operations.
- Recovery for PowerPoint
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Recoveronix Ltd
Recovery for PowerPoint Description
Having your PowerPoint presentations damaged at the last minute is obviously a nightmare, and time pressure does not help either in such a situation. Fortunately, there are software utilities that could solve the issue, and Recovery for PowerPoint is one of them.
Can repair damaged PowerPoint presentations
The application is easy to install and requires no special attention during the entire process. Once you have managed to open it, an intuitive user interface welcomes you.
First, you need to indicate the PPT, PPS or PPTX files you want to repair, with the possibility of adding them to the list either one by one or by selecting the folder containing them. Apart from that, an “Auto detect” option is available so that you can save time.
Once you have prepared your list, setting passwords for any of your items can be effortlessly done. Next, you are asked to review the PowerPoint files you intend to recover and are also reminded to create backups just in case.
Can generate reports on complete jobs
Then, the program requires that you select the output location for your PPT, PPS, and PPTX presentations, which is also the last step you need to take before repairing them.
At the end of the recovery process, a report is generated so that you can analyze various details about the status of the operation. Note that all these reports are saved automatically so that you can effortlessly access them at any time, but there is also an option enabling you to clear all the data.
On an ending note, Recovery for PowerPoint is a lightweight piece of software aimed at handling corrupt PPT, PPTX, and PPS files. The program can repair and save them into new PowerPoint presentations to a location of your choice, all while keeping a record of all the tasks it complete. The app is user-friendly and ran without hiccups during our tests, so it is worth a try.