PPTX files of Microsoft Outlook contain presentations composed of texts, images, sounds and embedded objects of all sorts. These files can get quite big, increasing the risk of their corruption under certain conditions, such as a virus attack, software and hardware issues of all sorts, power outages and users' own actions. Even a slightly and partially damaged PPTX file won't open in PowerPoint, and with no standard means of file viewing and recovery, it may become a problem, especially if the presentation was created for an important event or contains information that is urgently needed.
PPTX Viewer Tool is an all-in-one product for viewing the contents of damaged PowerPoint PPTX files and their recovery in an easy, step-by-step fashion. The intuitive interface of the program uses a convenient wizard that requires minimal input from the user. The software automatically analyzes the contents of the damaged file and extracts presentation slides, images, charts and embedded media objects to a separate folder on the user's hard drive. Charts from PowerPoint 2007-2010 presentations are reconstructed in the form of bitmap files. Alternatively, PPXT Viewer Tool can paste charts to MS Excel (must be installed at the time of data recovery), allowing the user to manually copy them from there and paste into the reconstructed presentation. The program shows a detailed log of the completed recovery session upon saving the restored file. PPTX Viewer Tool is by far the fastest and the most accurate solution on the market that dramatically simplifies the recovery process, recovers presentations and associated objects even from badly damaged files and enables users to get back to work with a reconstructed presentation within the shortest time possible.
The trial version of the product can be downloaded free of charge from the manufacturer's website in the form of a compact and 100% virus-free installation file.
Installed Microsoft PowerPoint
Can not import recovered data into Microsoft PowerPoint