Select your version of Office 2010 and then click the “Change” button as shown in Figure 3 below. A setup window will appear as shown in Figure 4 below. Select the Repair radio button and click the Next button. The repair process will begin and may take a few minutes depending on your system configuration.
Open the Theme tab and click the drop-down arrow under Themes. Click Browse for Themes. Locate the original corrupted presentation and then click Apply. The slide master of the corrupted presentation will restore the original design and your presentation formatting should be back to normal.
Go to the Ribbon’s Home tab, find the Slides group and click the Reset button (highlighted in red in Figure 3). Alternatively, if you only need to reset the active slide, you can right-click an empty area of the slide to bring up the context menu shown in Figure 4.
PowerPoint files may become corrupted while downloading if your internet connection is unstable. Therefore, if you cannot open your downloaded PowerPoint file and you are sure that the source document is ok, please check your internet connection.
To fix the PowerPoint not responding issue, we can try the following: Close unused software windows or even unused file explorer windows. Save all your work and restart your computer to free up the resources. Be careful not to use large images in your presentation.
Right-click the file and select Properties. In the Properties dialog box, look for the Unlock button at the bottom right. If it is there, click Unblock, then click Apply, then OK to close the dialog box. Now try to open the presentation again.
Step 1 – Go to https://www.pptx.repair/#/ in your PC’s web browser. Click “Choose File” next to the “Upload” tab and select the PowerPoint presentation you want to repair. Step 2 – Now re-enter your email address and captcha in the provided text fields. Then press the Next Step button.
Click File > Options > Progressive. Under View, in the Open all documents using this view list, select the view that you want to set as the new default view, and then click OK.