How to fix corrupt ppt file in WPS Office PowerPoint

March 21, 2022
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Have you ever found that the accessibility to an important ppt file is blocked? Are you annoyed at being recommended some unserviceable and expensive applications to fix it? WPS Office will offer a magic bullet to help you fix corrupt ppt files in WPS Office PowerPoint in 5 minutes at most.

The Files Repair function launched in WPS Office will definitely speed up your fixing.


Steps to fix corrupt ppt file in WPS Office PowerPoint

1. Open the corrupt ppt file in WPS Office, and the system will prompt the error.

2. Click the Fix File button to activate the Files Repair function directly.

Note: The Files Repair function can also be found in the Tools tab.

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3. WPS system will analyze the file and please wait for a minute.

4. Check the file you want to repair and click Repair.

5. Finally, click View File to view the fixed document!

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It's quite easy and convenient to fix a corrupt ppt file in WPS Office PowerPoint. Have you mastered it? Have a try now!

There are more helpful and free tutorials for you to explore in WPS Academy. Click the following links to jump right now.

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WPS Office is a professional and user-friendly WPS Office suite including four powerful modules of WPS Writer, Spreadsheet, Presentation and PDF. As the best alternative to Microsoft office suite, WPS Office is trusted by over 100,000,000 users all over the world for its powerful functions, concise interface and intuitive path. WPS is committed to offering the users the all-in-one solutions to office problems and the best integrated office experience.

 

Use WPS Office to create, edit and share Word, PPT, Excel and PDF. WPS Office Academy covers each step by giving free tutorials with details. Step by step, an office beginner becomes a pro. Versions are available for PCs including Mac, Windows, Linux, etc. Mobile versions include iOS and Android.


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